Patrice Enard – Pourvoir (1981)

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He was part of the french underground from the late 60’s to begging 80’s. He was related to directors such as Philipe Bordier, Jean-Pierre Bouyxou, Marcel Hanoun, etc. His early stuff is quite political (maoïst), and then his cinema tends towards psychoanalysis.

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Patrice Enard’s ‘Pourvoir’ is a film mainly comprised of images of women in nature, his style is stark and repetitive, shots are angular, which both hide and reveal. There is though a visual poetry to his work – once the smoke dissipates, a sexual liberation emerges, with subtle flourishes in the staging and editing threaded together by Marxist and Freudian discourses.

Enard was as much an academic and critic as he was a filmmaker, his work is at times highly theoretical, emerging out of his interests in psychoanalysis. Pourvoir is his longest work.

It includes a few snippets of interview with Jacques Lacan on the soundtrack, but other than that, no dialogue.






http://nitroflare.com/view/E7D91980654A164/Pourvoir.part1.rar
http://nitroflare.com/view/E4F73855EF0152A/Pourvoir.part2.rar
http://nitroflare.com/view/CC116E7439A3458/Patrice_Enard_-_%281981%29_Pourvoir-eng.srt

Language(s):French
Subtitles:English

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