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Venus in Fur 2013 123movies

Venus in Fur 2013 123movies

May. 28, 201396 Min.
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Watch: La Vénus à la fourrure 2013 123movies, Full Movie Online – An actress attempts to convince a director how she’s perfect for a role in his upcoming production..
Plot: An enigmatic actress may have a hidden agenda when she auditions for a part in a misogynistic writer’s play.
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a movie in furs, but smooth as silk
Since I had not been able to fully appreciate the recent Polanski works, this movie has been for me a big surprise. I especially disliked “Carnage” because I found it predictable, and therefore boring – and I know very well I was quite alone in my opinion, but still. For this reason, I was biased towards another movie from the same director featuring just a couple of characters secluded in an interior. But, eventually, I found “Venus” surprising and exciting (and please don’t misunderstand: excitement entirely came out of surprise).

The script, apparently simple, is a jewel with many shining facets, a brilliant movie translation of a witty stageplay inspired by a meaningful and modern book. It is like a very complex choreography, a delicate and fragile thing, very easy to spoil unless the execution is perfect. But the great work of the director and of the actors have produced a real masterpiece that maintains a high level of tension and interest throughout his whole running time.

Thanks to the brilliant connections between literature, stage and reality, and thanks to the many things that remain unclear about the character’s real identities and motivations, this movie sounds much more like a question than like a an answer: some kind of Rorschach spot to test the opinion of the audience about the relationships between a man and a woman, between the lover and the beloved one. Go see it with an open mind, and you won’t be disappointed: even in a worst case scenario you will find an interesting piece of conversation, so anyhow your time will be well spent.

Review By: Iwould
All that can be said…
There is a lot in the book that is never said or explored. Perhaps the repressed nature of the time and place, of the characters, of the situation is what makes it such compelling material. The play, and the film, bring out all that can be said, and more. The blurring between the modern day actress auditioning for the play as the director/writer reads the male part and the actual play based on the book is done exquisitely. Seigner is an excellent Jackal and Hyde; she basically plays three different women, and a fourth hidden one that comes out in the end. Amalric is a superb choice for this role with his mousy, intellectual temperament a perfect complement to Seigner’s looks and physique. Both actors deliver a mesmerizing performance.

What was most surprising for me is how much we laughed during the film. It was really hilarious, and the whole theater laughed throughout the film. The contrast between the modern day woman and the character in the book/play, the helplessness of the director against the force of the exquisitely lower class actress, the phone conversations with his “fiancée,” and the list goes on… Of course, the film is not without its serious moments. In fact, I’d say it is the see-saw nature of the whole thing that really captivates, where one moment you are laughing at the name of the fiancée’s dog, and the next you witness the director reading lines on his knees asking to be enslaved unconditionally and the next the actress and the director are having a yelling match about the sexist nature of the book/play.

Recommended for those who are not afraid of the intellectual analysis of art combined with the absurd and ridiculous juxtaposition of the modern and the outdated, the philistine and the intellectual, male and female.

Review By: cguldal

Other Information:

Original Title La Vénus à la fourrure
Release Date 2013-05-28
Release Year 2013

Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 342183
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama
Director Roman Polanski
Writer David Ives, Roman Polanski, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
Actors Emmanuelle Seigner, Mathieu Amalric
Country France, Poland
Awards 7 wins & 18 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Sony CineAlta F65, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory Digimage Cinéma
Film Length 2,622 m
Negative Format SRMemory
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (master format), F65 RAW (4K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), D-Cinema

Venus in Fur 2013 123movies
Venus in Fur 2013 123movies
Venus in Fur 2013 123movies
Venus in Fur 2013 123movies
Original title La Vénus à la fourrure
TMDb Rating 7.307 596 votes

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