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沉梦与爱 + 问答 The Dreamed Ones + Q&A with Dir. Ruth Beckermann

   
  
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导演重新审视了战后两位极为重要的德语诗人,英格堡巴赫曼和保罗-策兰。毫无顾忌,充满了相思、嫉妒、脆弱,文学创作上的矛盾,以及遗憾。历年的信件记录了被复杂的社会、历史、政治因素影响,注定没有结果的爱情。导演將散文的曼妙和激情,放入自己的影片,体现了时代及其流转,两位青年演员用舞蹈、声音和形体重新演绎了作家当年所创造的梦境。

Ruth Beckermann revisits the amorous correspondence between two of the most important postwar German-language poets, Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan. Disarmingly naked, filled with unrestrained avowals of lovesickness, envy, vulnerability, professional jealousy, and regret, the letters chronicle an impossible love haunted not only by social complexities, but political and historical ones. Seizing upon the beauty and passion of the prose, Beckermann's film also poignantly evokes the transformations wrought upon it by time and transference as it recreates the writers' dreamy, decades-old dance of desire through the voices and bodies of two wise young actors in the present.

Venue Address 场地地址:
Crossroads Centre 18 Da Shi Qiao Hu Tong Jiu Gu Lou Da Jie, Xi Cheng District, Beijing
交差点中心 北京市西城区旧鼓楼大街大石桥18号