Nina Companéez

  • Danièle Dubroux & Stavros Kaplanidis – Les amants terribles AKA The Terrible Lovers (1985)

    1981-1990DramaFranceNina CompanéezStavros Kaplanidis

    A la fin de l’été 84, Adrien, Alice, Hans et Laure vivent à Rome des histoires d’amour qui les poussent hors d’eux mèmes. Chacun va suivre obstinément son rève, sa quète, sa passion. Alice se perd dans l’alcool, Adrien dénonce sa maitresse à la police. Laure et Hans vont aller jusqu’aux limites d’une passion destructrice dans le huis-clos de leur chambre d’hôtel.Read More »

  • Nina Companéez – À la recherche du temps perdu (2011)

    2011-2020DramaFranceNina CompanéezQueer Cinema(s)TV

    In Search of Lost Time or Remembrance of Things Past is a novel in seven volumes by Marcel Proust. His most prominent work, it is known both for its length and its theme of involuntary memory, the most famous example being the episode of the madeleine. Running to nearly 1.5 million words, it is one of the longest novels in world literature. The novel began to take shape in 1909. Proust continued to work on it until his final illness in the autumn of 1922 forced him to break off. Proust established the structure early on, but even after volumes were initially finished he kept adding new material, and edited one volume after another for publication. Read More »

  • Nina Companéez – Faustine et le bel été aka Faustine and the Beautiful Summer (1972)

    1971-1980DramaFranceNina CompanéezRomance

    “Faustine (Muriel Catala) suffers the wounds of first love in this gentle French film. During a summer when she is staying with her grandmother, she comes to know the nearby neighbors. Two brothers live in the large house. One is divorced and one has recently remarried, both of them live there with their teenaged and adult children. Though the boys of the household are drawn to Faustine, she grows ever more smitten with the divorced older man. During one visit she has to hide in his room to avoid the unwelcome attentions of his sons. As the summer draws to a close she has her first amorous kiss. “
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