François Ozon’s film will be followed by a very touching documentary on the British actress.
under the sandby François Ozon, was a great critical success in 2001. Charlotte Rampling plays the leading role there, and it is she who will be in the spotlight of the Arte cinema evening this Sunday evening.
The channel will indeed continue this programming with the rebroadcast on documentary The Enigma Charlotte Ramplingby Valérie Mans, in which she talks about her career, commenting on her career, Damned from Luchino Visconti (1969) to Night porter (1975) via Georgy Girl (1996). She tells herself in chiaroscuro, not hiding the shock that marked her life: the suicide of her sister when she had just started her career.
This portrait is already visible for free on Arte.TV.
In under the sand, Charlotte Rampling and Bruno Cremer interpret a small couple without history, installed in the routine. Like every summer, they spend a few days at the sea. But as she falls asleep on the beach, her husband disappears. After having multiplied her research, she must begin to mourn, despite everything.
Charlotte Rampling has always been admired for her natural elegance. In this film, Ozon takes the viewer into the intimacy of a woman who fascinates him and fascinates us with all the sensitivity and confidence of which we know he is capable. “Ozon holds the very precarious balance of his situation, as much as the breath of his spectators, until the end, without misunderstanding or confusing twist“, greeted First at its output. You will understand, we recommend this beautiful movie night.
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