La Jalousie (2013)

Director: Philippe Garrel
Starring: Louis Garrel and Anna Mouglalis

Voted the “best undistributed film of 2013” in the prestigious Film Comment critics’ poll, Jealousy may well be Philippe Garrel’s (Regular Lovers) most “accessible” work to date. Partially remaking an autobiographical short that Garrel shot as a seventeen year-old in 1965, Jealousy stars the director’s heartthrob son (and frequent collaborator) Louis, as a married actor of the same name.  After walking out on his wife and pre-pubescent daughter, Louis slides into a volatile relationship with Claudia (Anna Mouglalis, Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky), a talented, though unsuccessful actress who is put ill at ease by her lover’s failure to mention a beautiful co-star. Though an act of infidelity and various emotional eruptions will follow, it is in Jealousy’s carefully observed moments of tenderness – between Louis and the two women in his life, Claudia and daughter Charlotte (the scene-stealing Olga Milshtein) – that the film is at its most affecting. Jean-Louis Aubert’s music further serves to draw out both the material’s sweetness and its melancholy, while Willy Kurant’s “lustrous” widescreen black-and-white cinematography provides Jealousy with its unerringly elegant canvas. Clocking in at an uncommonly modest seventy-seven minute duration, Garrel’s latest provides the ideal entry into an exceptional, five-decade oeuvre.

EXCEPTIONAL SCREENINGS
Friday, September 19 I 8:00 PM
Saturday, September 20 I 5:30 PM


For more information, please visit the Oklahoma Ciy Museum of Art

Oklahoma City Museum of Art 415 Couch Drive Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

Screening: La Jalousie in Oklahoma

When
September 19 - 20, 2014
Where
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102

La Jalousie (2013)

Director: Philippe Garrel
Starring: Louis Garrel and Anna Mouglalis

Voted the “best undistributed film of 2013” in the prestigious Film Comment critics’ poll, Jealousy may well be Philippe Garrel’s (Regular Lovers) most “accessible” work to date. Partially remaking an autobiographical short that Garrel shot as a seventeen year-old in 1965, Jealousy stars the director’s heartthrob son (and frequent collaborator) Louis, as a married actor of the same name.  After walking out on his wife and pre-pubescent daughter, Louis slides into a volatile relationship with Claudia (Anna Mouglalis, Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky), a talented, though unsuccessful actress who is put ill at ease by her lover’s failure to mention a beautiful co-star. Though an act of infidelity and various emotional eruptions will follow, it is in Jealousy’s carefully observed moments of tenderness – between Louis and the two women in his life, Claudia and daughter Charlotte (the scene-stealing Olga Milshtein) – that the film is at its most affecting. Jean-Louis Aubert’s music further serves to draw out both the material’s sweetness and its melancholy, while Willy Kurant’s “lustrous” widescreen black-and-white cinematography provides Jealousy with its unerringly elegant canvas. Clocking in at an uncommonly modest seventy-seven minute duration, Garrel’s latest provides the ideal entry into an exceptional, five-decade oeuvre.

EXCEPTIONAL SCREENINGS
Friday, September 19 I 8:00 PM
Saturday, September 20 I 5:30 PM


For more information, please visit the Oklahoma Ciy Museum of Art

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