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Seven Days... Seven Nights (1960) Moderato cantabile

Seven Days... Seven Nights (1960)
DVDRip | MKV | 716 x 432 | x264 @ 2170 Kbps | 90 min | 1,59 Gb
Audio: French AC3 2.0 @ 224 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Drama

In this drama, an industrialist's wife finds herself bored by her opulent existence. One day, while she waits for her son to finish his music lesson, she hears a woman scream at a nearby bistro. She then sees a man being hauled away from a woman's body. Her curiosity piqued, she becomes a regular at the cafe. There she meets one of her husband's workers. Over drinks, they talk about the murder. As they converse, the worker realizes that the woman herself wants to die, and he abandons her.

Moderato Cantibile" was only the second film by the great British director Peter Brook and it proved, like Welles before him, that he was equally adept in either medium. It was made in France in 1960 and has now largely been forgotten, though at the time the magazine Films and Filming selected it as the best film of the year from any source and it's a masterpiece. It's also one of the most beautiful black and white films to be made in the Cinemascope format. (Armand Thirard was the DOP).

It's about a respectable,if unhappily married, woman in a grim little coastal town in France who drifts into an affair of sorts with a man from farther down the social ladder. They are played, magnificently, by Jeanne Moreau and JeanPaul Belmondo. The oblique, brilliant screenplay is by Marguerite Duras and Gerard Jarlot from a novel by Duras and anyone remotely interested in cinema as an artform should seek it out.

Seven Days... Seven Nights (1960) Moderato cantabile

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