Trailer of the French love film “I want to talk about Duras”

Trailer of the French love film “I want to talk about Duras”

by Alex Billington
September 20, 2021
Source: Youtube

“For the first time, a woman gave herself to me … It was total love.” A promotional festival trailer debuted for the French romantic drama titled I want to talk about Duras, which premieres at the 2021 San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain this week. Originally known as You only want me in French, which translates to You only want me (this title is certainly more attractive), it is the last fiction film of the scenario writer Claire Simon, known for many of her docs as well as her narrative films (On the fire, The offices of God, North Station). I want to talk about Duras explores the relationship between the French writer Marguerite Duras and her last partner Yann Andréa, 38 years her junior. Actors Caesar Emmanuelle Devos and Swann arlaud co-starred as Manceaux and Andréa in the film, which is “based on an unedited transcript of a 1982 interview between Andréa and writer and journalist Michèle Manceaux”. Worth the detour.

Here is the festival trailer for Claire Simon’s I want to talk about Duras, on Screen’s YouTube:

I want to talk about Duras Poster

Description of San Sebastian: “A man in a passionate relationship with a famous 30-year-old writer, his older brother needs to talk. He is fascinated by her and yet he feels like he can’t go on anymore. has put into words the intensity of his love and he describes it with great clarity. ” I want to talk about Duras, originally known as You only want me in French, is both written and directed by editor / director Claire Simon, director of feature films A foreign body, On the fire, The offices of God, and North Station previously, as well as numerous documentaries and other projects. Adapted from the book of the same name by Yann Andréa. This film will premiere at the 2021 San Sebastian Film Festival this fall and will also premiere at the New York Film Festival. No other release date is set yet – stay tuned for updates.

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