• 电影名称 Renoir

  • 中文名称 雷诺阿
  •  类型  传记 / 戏剧 / 历史 / 爱情
  •  国家  法国
  •  语言  法语 / 意大利语
  •  时长  1 hr 51 min (111 min) / 1 hr 41 min (101 min) (Taiwan)
  • 上映时间 2 January 2013 (France)
+Renoir (France, 2012, 112 min)Gille +Bourdos uses the well-known stories of the painter fatherPierre-Auguste and the filmmaker son Jean Renoir for a film that is atonce breathtaking spectacle and a profound anatomy of the impulses andvalues of art. The film was one of my highlights at this year's +...
Renoir (2012) written and directed by Gilles Bourdos, tells the storyof the aging painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir (Michel Bouquet), his youngmodel Andrée (Christa Theret), and his son Jean (Vincent Rottiers).Andrée is a free spirit. She has no problem posing in the nude, but shemakes it clear to eve...
This is without question one of the most beautiful movies I have everseen. The photography, especially the scenes outdoors, looks like oneearly Renoir painting after the next. The colors are vivid and lush,and the greens are varied to the nth degree. You could watch this moviewith the sound turned o...
'Renoir' is the new French biopic about the last years of the greatpainter, Pierre-Auguste Renoir. If you think about it, creating a filmbiography of any painter is difficult because the act of creating apainting, does not lend itself to great drama. The painter's life hasto be dramatic. What makes ...
Greetings again from the darkness. Admittedly, I expect more fromindependent films since there is usually no committee of producerssucking the life out of the filmmaker's vision. While writer/directorGilles Bourdos teams with Cinematographer Ping Bin Lee to deliver afilm that carries the visual beau...
Renoir is a film about a person (the artist Renoir), his family, andhis later life. Sorry, but there are no explosions, gun battles, oreven a fist fight. The emphasis is on character and atmosphere. Thusthere are scenes that seem to go nowhere, and conversations that don'tseem to have significance. ...
I enjoyed the experience of watching the film. The contrast of thebeauty of the model and the natural landscape of South France againstthe ugliness of the war and Renoir's disease was...beautiful. The moviewas intentionally a lot like a painting.Also like a painting, the creator of the movie leaves ...
Appropriately enough, about the world's most famous Impressionistpainter.While it's definitely not for those who strongly favor conventionallyplotted drama or fast action, RENOIR consists of immediate realism andputs you right with the Renoir clan on the French Riviera. It's thesort of film that cou...
Painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir (Michel Bouquet) is an ancient man by1915. It is WWI, and his two eldest sons, Pierre and Jean (VincentRottiers), are at war, while his youngest, Claude (Kid with a Bike starThomas Doret), just a boy, plays around the estate, claiming to be anorphan (his mother dead and...
Writer/director Gilles Bourdos (with assistance from Jacques Renoir,Michel Spinosa, and Jérôme Tonnerre) bring us the incandescent beautyof a transcendent summer in 1915 in the Côte d'Azur when Pierre-AugusteRenoir began the denouement of the Impressionist period of painting.More than a simple st...
The moment the film opens, you are immersed in the countryside ofsouthern France. The colours are warm and very expressive. In fact thefilm is shot very much as a painting in itself, which is quitebeautiful. All natural light. You want to relax and soak it all in, butthere is a thread of tension tha...
Normally I love French films, especially those set in the beautifulcountryside, and I did enjoy the cinematography in this film,but.....something was really lacking for me. Other reviewers have saidthe same - an unfortunate lack of drama or excitement, in a ploddingbut beautiful film. Not much devel...
This film is deliberately full of short scenes without apparentrational purposes. If there was one or maybe two such scenes, one mightsee those as plot holes or dead ends, i.e. as flaws.Personally, I see this film as an impressionistic film about a famousimpressionist painter. The very thin storylin...
which he co-wrote with French screenwriter Jérôme Tonnerre and Frenchscreenwriter and director Michel Spinosa, is inspired by real events inthe life of a French painter, a French filmmaker and a French actress.It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 66th CannesInternational Film Festi...
The relation between the painter and his model has seldom beenquestioned. Not much talk about man power. Quite few smiles about it.If it had been otherwise with female artists painting naked men, wedon't know much about. It's not much of that sort in art history.We here meet the aging Renoir and one...
In theory, this should be one of my dearest films. It concerns sensuousurge at the level of obsessive spirituality. A way of continuallyfalling in love that is itself worth falling in love with.It concerns painting and is intended to be presented in a painterlyway. The setting is a fantasy for many ...
Renoir (2012)So promising. And so beautiful without depth. See it if you lovebeautiful, patient (aka slow) movies. It's set in the Frenchcountryside during WWI, and is filled with loving scenes of the fieldsand woods and streams there, drenched in gorgeous light. And it isfilled in wonderful interio...
An interesting, complex, revealing story about the relationship betweenthe painter, Renoir, one of his models, Andree, and one of his sons,Jean.Jean Renoir returns to his father's house to recover from a woundobtained during the First World War. The painter's favoured modelgradually grows close to J...
Beautifully photographed, the images manage to catch the essence ofRenoir's use of color and light. In a way cinematographer Mark PingBing Lee is the real star of this film, creating at atmosphere thattells us more about the characters, and the Renoir's art than all thedialogue combined. I also love...
And to think I almost didn't see this film because of its ridiculouslylow IMDb rating. Are those now skewed by investment bankers, flashtraders, and other impatient shills of Satan who find the pace of filmslike Renoir glacial? What a shame, if so. This film recounts and humanizes the final yearsof ...
While I was not wowed by "Renoir", I must admit that the film was verywatchable and absolutely gorgeous. The cinematography is ratherstunning--and the setting certainly helped. Additionally, while thefilm is filled with nudity (since it's about a nude model), it's notgratuitous and Christa Theret (A...
Sure, the film uses wonderful natural imagery of the French Rivera.Yes, the setting is absolutely beautiful and every tiny detail of thehistorical setting is well accounted for. Definitely, the score addswell into the film's romantically artistic theme. And still there's thefantastic acting and dire...
Apologies for my ESL.If you go to cinema for cinematography, or - to French films - forsubtlety, precision and nuances in acting, do not go there - you'll bedisappointed. Camera is not well with selecting frames andmise-en-scène. Misplaced – and moving – references to still life.Undevelop...
This movie literally paints the end of the life of Auguste Renoir (howsubtle...). It is mostly centered around one of his last model, Adèle,which will become the wife of his son Jean (the film maker). Thescreenplay, the dialogs and the actor direction are miserable. The onlything that could be save...
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