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Isabelle Huppert , Pascal Greggory , Patrice Chéreau    DVD

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Gabrielle est un film franco-italo-allemand réalisé par Patrice Chéreau et sorti en 2005. Dans ce neuvième long métrage du réalisateur, Patrice Chéreau filme la désagrégation d'un couple de la bourgeoisie parisienne à la Belle Époque, couple incarné par Pascal Greggory et Isabelle Huppert. Le film est un huis clos adapté sur une nouvelle de Joseph Conrad, The Return. Cette nouvelle raconte l'histoire d'un couple bourgeois (Isabelle Huppert et Pascal Greggory) du début du xxe siècle, qui prend conscience qu'il n'y a jamais eu d'amour entre eux depuis dix ans de mariage. ***************Gabrielle is a 2005 French film directed by Patrice Chéreau. It is a screen adaptation of Joseph Conrad's short story The Return. Jean Harvey and his wife Gabrielle are renowned within Paris' haute bourgeoisie for the salons they host each Thursday evening. Jean and Gabrielle live a comfortable yet regimented life in a well-appointed Paris mansion, assisted by a retinue of devoted servants. Yet their marriage is more of a contract than a relationship. Jean confides to the audience that he loves Gabrielle "as a collector loves his most prized object." On their 10th anniversary, Jean comes home to find a note from Gabrielle in which she writes that within the hour she will have left to meet her lover. Jean spends several minutes digesting the meaning of the note. Gabrielle returns shortly, though, and Jean and Gabrielle reflect on their marriage for the remainder of the film.

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