THÉRÈSE DESQUEYROUX

In 1926, in the Landes region of France, the free-spirited Thérèse (Audrey Tatou), the daughter of a wealthy pinery owner and radical-socialist politician, marries Bernard Desqueyroux, one of her father’s plain and rather boring colleagues. Doing her social duty only half-heartedly, Thérèse thinks that marriage may be just the platform to kickstart her inner curiosity. But, once married, she realizes her tragic mistake and undertakes a plan to rectify her situation one way or another. The final film of French master Claude Miller, THERESE DESQUEYROUX is the story of a stifling relationship and a desperate play for freedom.

Saturday, April 6, 2pm; Sunday, April 7, 7:30pm, Regal Hollywood 20

One thought on “THÉRÈSE DESQUEYROUX”

  1. NecunoscutaAm fost tare incantata cand am vazut seictunea: CITESC. Insa iti dau un sfat ca viitoare curioasa a blogului tau (pe care o sa-l vizitez de fiecare data cand o sa am timp): citeste-i pe marii clasici ai literaturii. Abia asa vei fi cu adevarat castigata.P.S. Dragostea nu moare este o carte care distruge total mitul creat de Eliade in Maitreyi . Murdareste ceea ce a creat cu maretie el. Sper ca ai citit Maitreyi , iar daca nu, fa-o. O sa vezi ce inseamna sa fii scriitor, nu femeie-scriitor.

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