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RODIN

by Jacques Doillon

synopsis

Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), man of the people, autodidact and revolutionary sculptor - the most brilliant of his era. At 42, Rodin meets Camille Claudel, a young woman desperate to become his assistant. He quickly acknowledges her as his most able pupil, and treats her as an equal in matters of creation. More than a decade of work and passionate engagement ensues. Breakup follows reconciliation until Camille makes the final separation from which she will not recover, and from which Rodin himself will emerge deeply wounded. The film also recounts the artist's numerous affairs with assistants and models, as well as his relationship with Rose Beuret, his lifelong partner. We discover Rodin as an erotically charged sensualist, for whom art is a profoundly sexual delight - a sculptor of flesh in movement, who gives life to the very stone itself.

international title: Rodin
original title: Rodin
country: France, Belgium
sales agent: Wild Bunch
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Jacques Doillon
film run: 119'
release date: FR 24/05/2017
screenplay: Jacques Doillon
cast: Vincent Lindon, Izia Higelin, Séverine Caneele, Edward Akrout, Serge Bagdassarian, Olivia Baes, Maxence Tual, Magdalena Malina, Patricia Mazuy
cinematography by: Christophe Beaucarne
film editing: Frédéric Fichefet
art director: Katia Wyszkop
costumes designer: Pascaline Chavanne
music: Philippe Sarde
producer: Kristina Larsen
co-producer: Charles S. Cohen, Patrick Quinet
production: Les Films du Lendemain, Wild Bunch Production, France 3 Cinéma, Artémis Productions
backing: CNC
distributor: Wild Bunch Distribution, Cinéart

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