Maurice Pialat

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Manchester University Press, Sep 5, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 182 pages
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One of the most gifted directors of the post New Wave, Maurice Pialat is frequently compared to such legendary filmmakers as Jean Renoir and Robert Bresson. A quintessentially realist filmmaker, who, like Bresson, was also trained as a painter, Pialat's particular form of realism influenced an entire generation of young filmmakers in the nineties.
 

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Contents

Pialat and the Nouvelle Vague
23
A family ofworks
45
Nous ne vieillirons pas ensemble
67
men apart
131
paternity and Le Garçu
155
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
172
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Marja Warehime is Associate Professor of French at the University of South Carolina.

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