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Marat/Sade (film)
                                     

★ Marat/Sade (film)

The persecution and assassination of Jean-Paul Marat performed by the inmates of the psychiatric hospital of Charenton under the direction of the Marquis de Sade, usually shortened to Marat / garden in the 1967 British film adaptation of Peter Weiss play flashed. The film adaptation directed by Peter brook, and appeared in his theatrical setting of the Royal Shakespeare company. The English version was written by Adrian Mitchell translated Geoffrey Skelton.

The cast included Ian Richardson, Patrick Magee, Glenda Jackson, Clifford rose, and Freddie Jones. It was filmed at Pinewood studios in Buckinghamshire and issued by the company "United Artists" on 22 February 1967 in the US and March 8, 1967 in the UK. Movies the result is Richard Peaslees composition. David Watkyn was the cinematographer. The film uses the full title in the opening credits, though most of the promotional materials used the short form.

                                     

1. The plot. (Сюжет)

In the Charenton asylum in 1808, the Marquis de Sade stages a play about the murder of Jean-Paul Marat by Charlotte Corday, using his fellow inmates as actors. The Director of the hospital, Monsieur Coulmier, supervises the performance, accompanied by his wife and daughter. Coulmier, who supports Napoleon the government believes that the game will support its own bourgeois ideas, and to denounce those of the French revolution that he helped lead. His patients, however, has other ideas, and they make a habit of speaking lines, which he tried to suppress, or completely rejected in personal opinion. The Marquis himself, meanwhile, subtly manipulates both players and spectators to create an atmosphere of chaos and nihilism that ultimately brings on an Orgy of destruction.

                                     

2. Cast. (Литые)

  • John Hussey, as a new rich lady.
  • W. Morgan Sheppard as rabid animals.
  • John Steiner, as Monsieur Dupere.
  • Glenda Jackson as Charlotte Corday.
  • Freddie Jones as Cucurucu.
  • Clifford rose as Monsieur Coulmier.
  • Henry Woolf as the father.
  • Hugh Sullivan as Kokol.
  • Michael Williams as the Herald.
  • Patrick Magee as the Marquis de Sade.
  • Ian Richardson as Jean-Paul Marat.
  • Jonathan burn as Polpoch.
  • Jeanette Landis as Rossignol.
                                     

3. Welcome

Film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported a rating of 92% based on 13 reviews, with an average rating of 7.96 / 10.

Roger Ebert wrote, "the actors are excellent. When we first see the Marquis Patrick, Maggie, he looks steadily into the camera for half a minute and the horror of his perversion becomes clearer than any dialogue happens. Glenda Jackson, as Marats murderer Charlotte Corday, weaves back and forth between the melancholy of her mental illness and fire role she plays. Ian Richardson, as Marat, still advocates violence and revolution, even if thousands died and nothing was done."

Film critic Leonard Maltin awarded the film 4 out of 4 stars, calling the movie "chilling", praising the atmosphere of the films ".so bright that it seemed that the actors breathe in the back".

                                     

3.1. Welcome Awards. (Награды)

Brooke shared the Nastro dargento for best Director of a foreign film with Robert Bresson, who was honored for Mouchette, and received special mention at the International film festival in Locarno.

                                     
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  • Marat may refer to: For lists of people named Marat see: Marat given name Marat surname Marat Sade a 1963 play by Peter Weiss Marat Sade a 1967
  • gives a brief, fictionalized account of Sade s life, emphasizing his boogeyman reputation. The film Marat Sade 1966 directed by Peter Brook, who also
  • The Death of Marat French: La Mort de Marat or Marat Assassine is a 1793 painting by Jacques - Louis David of the murdered French revolutionary leader
  • numerous fictional plays, films pornographic or erotic drawings, etchings, and more. These include Peter Weiss s play Marat Sade a fantasia extrapolating
  • of adopted Swedish nationality. He is particularly known for his plays Marat Sade and The Investigation and his novel The Aesthetics of Resistance. Peter
  • Marquis de Sade in the original stage and screen productions of Marat Sade He also appeared in numerous horror films and in two Stanley Kubrick films A Clockwork
  • over 80 films in his career, which started with Marat Sade He is well known for his television roles in The Sullivans and EastEnders, and his film roles
  • which de Sade directs a play featuring the inmates as actors. During his time at Charenton, de Sade did direct plays at the facility. Marat Sade depicted


                                     
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  • Company s productions of Marat Sade in the West End and in New York. He subsequently composed the music for the 1967 film of Marat Sade In the 1970s, he directed
  • in 2009, he was cast as the Marquis de Sade in a local production of Swedish playwright Peter Weiss Marat Sade Murio el reconocido actor Lorenzo Quinteros
  • 1963 play and 1967 film Marat Sade MGM.com s Official Marat Sade Synopsis MGM Vault. Retrieved 10 April 2007. The Marquis de Sade Timeline 1804 1814
  • music for: the Peter Brook Royal Shakespeare Company productions of Marat Sade A Midsummer Night s Dream, US Tell Me Lies and Antony and Cleopatra
  • Kleczewska Phaedra, Marat Sade Oresteia She played in many films and TV series and won over 30 awards for her theatre and film work. She received the
  • Helsingborg, Malmo, Uppsala, and Gothenburg. His work in a 1965 production of Marat Sade by Peter Weiss was critically acclaimed. Prison 1949 Jazzgossen en
  • Noel Coward. Later he found further work primarily in films including Marat Sade 1967 and the original Bedazzled 1967 with Peter Cook and Dudley Moore
  • naploja 2007 The Notebook 2013 Mother Courage and Her Children 2001 Marat Sade 2002 Uncle Vanya 2002 Desire Under the Elms 2005 The Seagull 2009
  • Brazil, and M. Butterfly, and as the lead in the Broadway production of Marat Sade Richardson was born in Edinburgh, the son of Margaret nee Drummond


                                     
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  • Futures show at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. Althea Thauberger: Marat Sade Bohnice, Audain Gallery, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver 2014 Thauberger s
  • Delight 2014 Angels in America 2013 2014 Spoon River 2014 2015 Marat Sade 2015 and The Dybbuk 2015 He is a founding member of Toronto s Soulpepper
  • of Edmund in Peter Brook s 1971 film version of Shakespeare s King Lear, and his other film credits include Marat Sade 1967 Tell Me Lies 1968 The
  • JJ 1999 Schmideg appeared in some productions of: Bugsy Malone, A Midsummer Night s Dream, Friends Forever and Marat Sade Benjamin Schmideg on IMDb
  • eliminating Marat will save the revolution and prevent it from degenerating into tyranny. In Peter Weiss s 1963 Marat Sade the assassination of Marat is presented
  • cameo towards the beginning as a sleeping judge. In the case of the film of Marat Sade 1967 problems with a tight shooting schedule and restricted set
  • Aeschylus, direction: Dimiter Gotscheff 2010: National Theatre of Greece: Marat Sade by Peter Weiss, direction: Efi Theodorou 2010: National Theatre of Greece:
  • Romeo and Juliet at the National Theatre, A Midsummer Night s Dream and Marat Sade with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and Joe Turner s Come and Gone at
  • The Representative 1963 King Lear 1964 The Comedy of Errors 1964 Marat Sade 1964 The Jew of Malta 1964 Don t Make Me Laugh 1965 Timon of Athens
  • Center 2001 2002 abouttheartists.com. Retrieved November 29, 2017. Marat Sade Plays MA s American Rep, Feb. 15 March 17 Playbill Playbill. Retrieved

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