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Le Testament DOrphée

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  1. Feb 18,  · Directed by Jean Cocteau. With Jean Cocteau, Françoise Arnoul, Claudine Auger, Charles Aznavour. The Poet looks back over his life and work, recalling his inspirations and obsessions/10(K).
  2. Il est comme le testament de toute une période, une époque, et d’ailleurs il reprend un film plus ancien «Orphée» () et un autre encore plus ancien «Le sang d’un poète» (). Mais comme un témoignage de ce monde qui en bascule complètement en France avec de Gaulle, la guerre d’Algérie qui devra se finir /5(8).
  3. In his final film, Jean Cocteau brilliantly evokes memories of his past triumphs, Blood of a Poet () and Orpheus (). Cocteau casts himself as an aging poet who knows he is dying (as indeed Reviews: 1.
  4. Le Testament D'Orphee - The Testament of Orpheus is Jean Cocteau's last film - and making it he knew it would be. In many ways it is the successor of the earlier movie Orphee (Orpheus) - we are treated to a clip from that film at the start - but in other ways it stands alone as an artist's final take on his work and life. Cocteau stars as.
  5. Le Testament d'Orphée. Film. O Testamento de Orfeu de Jean Cocteau. Time Out says. Cocteau's last film is as personal and private as its title suggests, and it makes little sense for viewers.
  6. In , Jean Cocteau made what was to be his last feature film: Le Testament d’Orphée (Orpheus’s testament) in Baux de Provence. This photograph, made on the film shooting site, uses as a background one of the emblematic landscapes of the film and at the same time it evokes one of the surrealistic aspects specific to the film.
  7. Le Testament d'Orphée. Jean Cocteau; In this case, the land of fantasy is the concrete world of the poet's imagination. A poet who can only be Jean Cocteau, who plays the rôle of the poet in the film. He did that twice before, namely in the films Le Sang d'un poète () and Orphée (). These are all films in which he provided a visual.
  8. Reproduction d'affiche "Le testament d'Orphée" par Jean Cocteau. 48x34 cm. Skip to Main Content Toggle navigation.

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