23 March 2008

Le Temps qui reste (2005) aka Time to Leave


Le Temps qui reste (2005) aka Time to Leave

Ne volim gledati ljude kad umiru! A to sam radio gledajući ovaj film.
Kada je završio ostao sam zatečen. Čudan neki osjćaj, kao da sam u nekom praznom prostoru.
Šta bih ja radio da znam da ću umrijeti za tri mjeseca? Da li bih žalio za samim sobom ili bih beskompromisno juri da ostvarim neostvarene želje?
Jezivo ! Bože ne dozvoli da znam kada će mi biti kraj!
Uh, prije no nastavim da pišem idem da skuvam kafu i bacim pogled na more!

E sada da nastavim.
Ovaj film je režirao François Ozon, čiji se film Les Amants Criminels već našao u ovom blogu.

U filmu se radi o mladom fotografu, homoseksualcu Romanu , koji saznaje da ima rak i da mu je ostalo svega nekoliko mjeseci života. Odbija da se podvrgne hemoterapiji i zračenju. Roman odluči da nikome ne saopšti o svojoj bolesti osim svojoj baki.
Vrlo brutalno i sebično raskida vezu sa svojom momkom Sashom, a od svoje porodice se udaljava! U jednom trenutku dobija ponudu od jednog bračnog para koji nemože da ima djece zbog steriliteta supruga, da imaju seks, kako bi napravio dijete ! Ramon prihvati tek nakon dužeg razmišljanja i želje da iz sebe ostavi nekog. Još nerođenom djetetu ostavlja u naslijedstvo svu svoju imovinu!
Roman svoje poslednje dane provodi sa malim digitalnim fotoaparatom slikavajući trenutke koje bi zauvjek želio da zaustavi!

Dirljiva priča o životu i smrti pretočena u ovaj film zasigurno neće nikoga ostaviti ravnodušnog!


Director: François Ozon
Writer: François Ozon (writer)
Release Date: 24 November 2005 (Netherlands)
Genre: Drama
Plot Outline: A successful fashion photographer (Poupaud) is a gay man with terminal cancer. Slowly coming to terms with his situation he is cruel to his lover, has refused chemotherapy, nasty to his pregnant sister and uncommunicative to his loving and supportive parents.
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Plot Keywords: Strangulation / Nudity / Threesome / Banging Head Against Wall / Sterility
Awards: 2 wins & 1 nomination

Le Temps Qui Reste
Cast
(Cast overview, first billed only)
Melvil Poupaud ... Romain
Jeanne Moreau ... Laura
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi ... Jany
Daniel Duval ... Le pc(re
Marie Rivic(re ... La mc(re
Christian Sengewald ... Sasha
Louise-Anne Hippeau ... Sophie
Henri de Lorme ... Le médecin
Walter Pagano ... Bruno
Violetta Sanchez ... L'agent
Ugo Soussan Trabelsi ... Romain enfant
Alba Gad(a Kraghede Bellugi ... Sophie enfant (as Alba Gad(a Kradhege Bellugi)
Victor Poulouin ... Laurent
Laurence Ragon ... La notaire
Thomas Gizolme ... L'assistant photographe

Also Known As:
Time to Leave (Canada: English title) (festival title) (Hong Kong: English title) (International: English title) (UK) (USA)

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Runtime: 81 min
Country: France
Language: French


Melvil Poupaud gives an extraordinary, complex performance in TIME TO LEAVE (LE TEMPS QUI RESTE), written and directed by iconoclastic French auteur François Ozon (8 WOMEN, SWIMMING POOL). Poupaud stars as Romain, a selfish, self-absorbed fashion photographer who is suddenly diagnosed with terminal cancer. Not wanting anyone to know about his illness, he brutally breaks up with his boyfriend, Sasha (Christian Sengewald), belittles his sister, Sophie (Louise-Anne Hippeau), and goes against his doctor's (Henri de Lorme) suggestion to give chemotherapy a chance. The only person he chooses to confide in is his grandmother, Laura (the legendary Jeanne Moreau), who has been estranged from the family for many years for what they considered inappropriate behavior after the loss of her husband. Knowing his time is running out, Romain travels around with a small digital camera, capturing tender moments that are very different from the high-profile fashion shoots he is used to. He finds solace with his beloved grandmother, but to everyone else he is cold and distant, seemingly going out of his way to not take the easy way out by rediscovering life and love in his final days. All the while, nearly everywhere he goes, Romain sees himself as a child (Ugo Soussan Trabelsi), as the past invades his temporary present. Beautifully acted and intelligently written, TIME TO LEAVE, the second in a proposed trilogy about life and death by Ozon (following UNDER THE SAND), is a challenging, compelling work with a simply magnificent ending.

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