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CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915

Three days in the life of an artist
Camille awaits a visit from her brother after her family commits her to an asylum in the South of France in the winter of 1915.
Freely adapted from the works and letters of Paul Claudel, the letters of Camille Claudel and medical records. Born in 1864 in Aisne, Northern France, Camille Claudel is a sculptress, the older sister of the writer Paul Claudel, her junior by 4 years. She is first Auguste Rodin’s student, then his mistress for fifteen years, until she leaves him in 1895. In 1913, following the death of her father, having spent ten years as a recluse in her studio on the quai Bourbon in Paris, she is confined by her family, first to the mental hospital at Ville Evrard near Paris, then to an asylum at Montdevergues, in the Vaucluse.
English title
CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915
Year
2012
Country
Language
FR
Subtitles
CZ
Running time
91 min
Genre
Age rating
15

Festivals
International
Berlinale

Awards

Berlinale IFF
Main competition
2013
Lumiere Awards
Nominee | Best actress
2013
Karlovy Vary IFF
Horizons
2013

Media reception

The Guardian
"It is a deeply sombre, deeply affecting film, based on real events"
The New York Times
"Ms. Binoche's portrayal of Camille is one of the most wrenching performances she has given."

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