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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday January 18 2014
02:30 PM

Dublin Film Qlub screening

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Monday January 06, 2014 13:36author by Dublin Film Qlub Report this post to the editors

"Les Biches" (Dir. C.Chabrol, 1968)

Season Four, 'Burning the Closet!', continues with...

LES BICHES

(tr. The Does)

Dir. CLaude Chabrol, 1968

Starring: Stéphane Audran, Jaqueline Sassard, Jean-Louis Trintignant

French (with English subtitles)

18 January 2014 2:30 pm

doors open at 2pm

The New Theatre

East Essex street

Temple Bar

Dublin 2

Day membership: €8

free tea and coffee

A posh lady walks around Paris, and spots a beautiful homeless girl painting on the pavement for a few franks… Naturally, she takes her home and offers her a roof and a bed -- her bed. You would think that the admired director Claude Chabrol made this lesbian film in the spirit of the sexual revolution… but there is so much class hatred sipping through, and there is so much boredom and casual cruelty in the free-wheeling triangle that ensues, that it is not too clear what’s on Chabrol’s mind. This is the very opposite of a celebration of lesbian sisterhood, and why shouldn’t it be? The Seventies showed us that everything was possible, not necessarily that everything was advisable. Whatever you think of its message, the movie is worth watching for Stéphane Audran alone (the star of the much-loved film Babette’s Feast), who won the best actress award at Berlin for this role, and who manages to be totally threatening and totally alluring all at once…

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You are welcome to reproduce this material, but we request that you acknowledge the source.

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We would like to gratefully acknowledge the invaluable assistance of
the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in Ireland,
and in particular Elisabetta Sabbatini,
who was instrumental in locating the relevant film distributor
and in securing the non-theatrical permission to screen this film in Ireland.

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