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Petite conversation familiale

A 長編映画 by Hélène Lapiower

Produced by Margo Cinéma

Release in France : 14/06/2000

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映画製作・配給会社 (3)

製作代表 :

Margo Cinéma

フランス国内配給 :

Gemaci

共同製作 :

Paradise Films

あらすじ

When I began filming my family, I wanted to preserve images of my own world, which seemed to be slipping from grasp. A particular Jewish world on the brink of extinction like many such worlds. I also wanted to create a link between two worlds: me, the actress in Paris, in mine, and my family, working-class Polish Jewish immigrants, in theirs. The typical immigrant dilemma: you’re suffocated if you stay within the family; you’re an exile in the outside world. I filmed my family of Jewish tailors over a seven-year period; all their offspring have married blacks, Belgians and Arabs. Today I realize exactly what sort of film I’ve made. The burning question happened all by itself: At what point has my generation, and me along with it, been deeply affected by the weight of “history?” Did these great values of openness which had been passed down to us – and which are even drawn from the history of Jewish persecution – carry within them a contradiction which lead to the breakdown of Jewish identity? My film centers around this breakdown, full of rips and tears, and what is left of our identity. What will become of it all? Should something be left of it? And what exactly is “it all?”

Subject

Producing this film was an unusual adventure. It started just over seven years ago. Hélène Lapiower was an actress then; she’d never touched a movie camera in her life. I don’t think she’d ever even taken a photograph. When she first told me about her idea of filming her family, a Jewish family scattered all over the world, I told her right away that she should do it at once. If she waited, she’d regret it later. The subject of her film, the idea of handing down, and what survives through the generations when you’re Jewish but not religious, was very close to my own thoughts. So we started filming without a centime, first with a small Hi-8 and then with a DV camera. Hélène was obsessed with the fear that some of her loved ones would pass away (and in due course, unfortunately, she was right). She mastered the technique herself. I urged her to film solo, with virtually no backup crew, in order to preserve that rare thing: the intimate relationship she had with her characters.

François Margolin, Producer

クレジットタイトル詳細 (4)

製作代表 :

François Margolin

報道担当(映画) :

Matilde Incerti

技術面詳細

長編映画

ジャンル :

ドキュメンタリー

言語 :

フランス語, 英語

その他の国の共同制作者 :

ベルギー

Original French-language productions :

不明

製作国 :

大部分フランス (ベルギー)

製作年 :

1999

フランス公開 :

14/06/2000

上映時間 :

1 時間 9 分

経過状況 :

公開済み

ニュメロ·デ Visa :

99.320

ビザ発行日 :

27/04/2000

CNC助成 :

はい

生産のフォーマット :

35ミリ

カラータイプ :

カラー

画面セット :

1.33