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‘Last Year at Marienbad’ constructs a romance from lost memories

7 August 2013 11:07 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Last Year at Marienbad

Directed by Alain Resnais

Written by Alain Robbe-Grillet

France, 1961

Where Alain Resnais’ first film, Hiroshima mon amour, was the unconventional story of two people haunted by the imagery of a distant war, his follow-up, Last Year at Marienbad, expanded upon the themes of troubled memory and the imagined past in a convoluted series of conversation and flashbacks between a woman and two men, all unnamed. Famous for its confounding narrative structure, the film excels at making truth and fiction indistinguishable. Its surreal, dream-like nature is at once fascinating and baffling, prompting some to call the film a masterpiece and others incomprehensible. Encompassing all the passion and pain of a love triangle and the intrigue of a mystery, Last Year at Marienbad maintains its outwardly staid atmosphere throughout to haunting effect.

The film begins at a social gathering at a château when a man (Giorgio Albertazzi) approaches »

- Katherine Springer

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