Portrait of the Lady on Fire
France, 1760. Marianne is commissioned to paint the marriage portrait of Heloise, a woman that is young has simply kept the convent. Because she actually is a bride-to-be that is reluctant Marianne comes underneath the guise of companionship, observing Heloise by time and secretly painting her by firelight during the night. Once the two women orbit the other person, attraction and intimacy develop as they share Heloise’s first moments of freedom. Heloise’s portrait soon turns into a collaborative act of and testament with their love. Winner of the coveted Cannes reward and one of the better evaluated films of the season, Portrait of a female burning solidifies Celine Sciamma among the many exciting filmmakers doing work in the entire world today.
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