History Film / LaBelleNoiseuse

9th Aug '14 6:28:18 AM JulianLapostat
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''La Belle Noiseuse'' (the title translates loosely as "The Beautiful Troublemaker") is a film by Jacques Rivette, loosely based on a story by Balzac, ''The Unfinished Masterpiece''. Starring Emmanuelle Béart and Michel Piccoli, it was released in 1991.

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''La Belle Noiseuse'' (the title translates loosely as "The Beautiful Troublemaker") is a film by Jacques Rivette, loosely based on a story by Balzac, [[Creator/HonoreDeBalzac Balzac]], ''The Unfinished Masterpiece''. Starring Emmanuelle Béart and Michel Piccoli, it was released in 1991.
28th Apr '13 10:14:28 PM Tuckerscreator
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19th Dec '12 2:57:17 AM 05tele
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* FanDisservice: This creeps up interestingly: although Marianne has reluctantly agreed to pose nude for hours on end, she's understandably in a really foul temper and the resulting MoodDissonance is what makes the film much more than just four hours of Emmanuelle Béart with no clothes on.



* MsFanservice: Would you like to see Emmanuelle Béart naked? After a while it turns into FanDisservice, because once her character's reluctantly agreed to pose nude for hours on end, she's understandably in a really foul mood.

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* MsFanservice: Would you like to see Emmanuelle Béart naked? After a while it turns into FanDisservice, because once her character's reluctantly agreed to pose nude for hours on end, she's understandably in a really foul mood.But see above.
19th Dec '12 2:52:45 AM 05tele
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* WorthIt: Played with. Marianne constantly wonders why she's letting herself model for Frenhofer; she's cold and physically uncomfortable; an old guy is staring at her naked body for hours every day; his wife (the original model) resents her and her boyfriend has essentially pimped her out. [[spoiler: In the end she decides that, all things considered, it was probably Worth It.]]

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* WorthIt: Played with. Marianne constantly wonders why she's letting herself model for Frenhofer; she's cold and physically uncomfortable; an old guy is staring at her naked body for hours every day; his wife (the original model) resents her and her boyfriend has essentially pimped her out. [[spoiler: In the end she decides that, all things considered, since Frenhofer has recovered his inspiration and she's the subject of a great painting, it was probably Worth It.]]
19th Dec '12 2:51:18 AM 05tele
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* WorthIt: Played with. Marianne constantly wonders why she's letting herself model for Frenhofer; she's cold and physically uncomfortable; an old guy is staring at her naked body for hours every day; his wife (the original model) resents her and her boyfriend has essentially pimped her out. [[spoiler: In the end she decides that, all things considered, it was probably Worth It.]]
19th Dec '12 2:45:32 AM 05tele
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* MsFanservice: Would you like to see Emmanuelle Béart naked?

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* MsFanservice: Would you like to see Emmanuelle Béart naked?naked? After a while it turns into FanDisservice, because once her character's reluctantly agreed to pose nude for hours on end, she's understandably in a really foul mood.
19th Dec '12 2:39:24 AM 05tele
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''La Belle Noiseuse'' is a film by Jacques Rivette, loosely based on a story by Balzac, ''The Unfinished Masterpiece''. Starring Emmanuelle Béart and Michel Piccoli, it was released in 1991. A shorter, made-for-TV version was released in 1993 under the title ''Divertimento''. The title translates loosely as "The Pretty Troublemaker".

Nicolas, a young artist, visits in the company of his girlfriend Marianne (Béart) a famous painter, Frenhofer (Piccoli), who has for the last several years been living as a recluse with his wife in their old house in Provence. Frenhofer no longer paints, and among his unfinished works is a portrait of a nude woman, "La Belle Noiseuse", for which he had used his wife as a model.

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''La Belle Noiseuse'' (the title translates loosely as "The Beautiful Troublemaker") is a film by Jacques Rivette, loosely based on a story by Balzac, ''The Unfinished Masterpiece''. Starring Emmanuelle Béart and Michel Piccoli, it was released in 1991. A shorter, made-for-TV version was released in 1993 under the title ''Divertimento''. The title translates loosely as "The Pretty Troublemaker".\n\n

Nicolas, a young artist, visits in the company of his girlfriend Marianne (Béart) a famous painter, Frenhofer (Piccoli), who has for the last several years been living as a recluse with his wife in their old house in Provence. Frenhofer no longer paints, and among his unfinished works is a portrait of a nude woman, "La Belle Noiseuse", for which he had used his wife (Jane Birkin) as a model.


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A shorter, different version was released in 1993 for TV under the title ''La Belle Noiseuse: Divertimento''; Rivette used the same footage but re-edited it, so that the story is [[PerspectiveFlip told from the point of view of the artist's wife]].
11th Dec '12 1:46:49 PM gallium
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* ReluctantFanserviceGirl: Marianne resents that she's been tricked into posing for Frenhofer, but she ends up spending most of the movie completely naked.

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* MsFanservice: Would you like to see Emmanuelle Béart naked?
* ReluctantFanserviceGirl: Marianne resents that she's been tricked into posing for Frenhofer, but she ends up spending most of the movie completely naked.nude.
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