• Beauty and a Beast / La belle & la bête
        • Beauty and a Beast / La belle & la bête


          • Country:
          • France, 2014
          • Group:
          • Main program
          • Duration:
          • Director:
          • Christophe Gans
          • Screenplay:
          • Christophe Gans, Sandra Vo-Anh
          • Cast:
          • Vincent Cassel, Léa Seydoux, André Dussollier, Eduardo Noriega, Myriam Charleins, Sara Giraudeau, Audrey Lamy, Jonathan Demurger, Nicolas Gob, Louka Meliava, Yvonne Catterfeld, Dejan Bucin, Richard Sammel, Gotthard Lange, Dennis Oestreich, Ronny Lessmann
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematographer:
          • Christophe Beaucarne
          • Muzika:
          • Pierre Adenot
          • Editing:
          • Sébastien Prangère
          • Production Design:
          • Thierry Flamand
          • Producers:
          • Richard Granpierre
          • Print Source:
          • MegaCom Film
        • Showing

          05. Mar | 22:00 | 350 RSD
          Sava centar

          06. Mar | 11:00 | 250 RSD
          Sava centar

        • SYNOPSIS

          Gans’ screenplay is based on one of the earliest published variants of the traditional fairy tale, included in Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve’s 1740’s collection, La Jeune Ameriquaine et les Contes Marins. Unusually, it features a genuinely savage beast. It is a multi-layered tale, aimed at both children and adults. It talks, among other things, about the power of dreams and love versus materialism and corruption, which makes it more than ever relevant today. Before Gans' film, one of the most important versions of this famous tale was Jean Cocteau's film from 1946. It has often been said that Jean Cocteau was the first major poet and writer to treat the cinema with total seriousness. But actually it was the cinema that made him into a major artist. "The movie screen," he said, "is the true mirror refecting the flesh and blood of my dreams." And one of his most poetic, dreamlike films was La Belle et La Bête. Gans tried to give new, fresh view of this old classic.