May 18, 2022

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Incident | Back to the future ★★★★

Incident |  Back to the future ★★★★

It may have been a 1963 movie Incident More timely in 2022 than the book of the same name when it was released in 2000.

Posted at 8:30 p.m.

Emily Quote

Emily Quote
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The Annie Ernax autobiographical drama, which director Audrey Diwan insists on bringing to the screen, takes place in France. Anne, a young student, dreams of pursuing a career in literature and her studies. Her world changes when she becomes pregnant. Although abortion is illegal and dangerous, Anne wants to end her pregnancy at all costs.

A little parenthesis to begin with. Although we have previously granted abortion, the right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy has never been so threatened elsewhere. In Poland, abortion is almost prohibited, and in the United States, the Supreme Court is considering laws in Texas and Mississippi that seek to greatly reduce a woman’s termination of pregnancy.

Abortion rights also inspired director Marianne Furley for her short film Snow, Pre-selected in the list of finalists in its category at the Oscars, In dystopia Quebec was under a kind of totalitarian rule that once again criminalized abortion.

Back to the movie though IncidentLast year’s Golden Lion winner in Venice and starring young Franco-Romanian actress Anamaria Vertolomi.

She embodies her character wonderfully, an introverted but determined young woman character. When Anne was pregnant, it was clear in her mind that she did not want this fetus in her womb. As in FrostIts only way is secret.

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The doctors could do nothing for her. “You have to accept. You have no choice, ”the first person she contacted told her.

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Sandrine Bonaire played Anne’s mother Incident.

Anne does not want the life of her parents to run a restaurant and not go to school for long. She worries about her grades and tells her mother (played by Sandrine Bonnier): “What do you know about exams? ⁇

With a story that pauses (in subtitles) with the number of weeks Anne is pregnant, we experience the anguish and necessity that her character experienced in the competition against time.

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Anamaria Vertolomy reveals how Anne is intelligent and confident. The actress lived to be 2 years old in Romania, where abortion was a crime under communist rule. It also became the heartbeat of the movie 4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days From Romanian filmmaker Christian Mungiu won the Palme d’Or at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.

In 4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days, A student tried to have an abortion with the help of his friend. Anne, she delays talking about her pregnancy with her closest friends Incident Is a definitive intimate image. Anne lives her play from the inside out. She is lonely with her pain and – not to mention a lot – she is ready to endure a lot of pain (as Annie Ernax did, which is hard to imagine).

If Audrey Diwan’s realization has become too conservative, it’s visceral because we live entirely from the inside out as Anne is terrified of the idea of ​​giving birth.

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The director chose an artistic direction away from the aesthetics of period films Incident Has a very current bill, which increases its incredible power.

On January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of “Roy V. Wade” the right of American women to have an abortion, which is hard to believe after 50 years in some states.

Incident Also recently screened at the Sundance Festival, where the film was also screened Call Jane And documentary The Janes (Two works dedicated to the Chicago group that helped women undergo abortions in the 1960s). If so many films are being released around the same subject, there is a risk that it will decline.

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Incident

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Incident

Audrey Diwan

With Anamaria Vertolomy, Casey Motet Klein, Luana Bazrami and Sandrine Bonaire

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