This adaptation of Emile Zola's novel "NANA," is about the sexual liaisons of a woman who through her relationships with different men, enjoys a life of pleasure and luxury. However, her lavish life-style does not always bring happiness.
In Zola's Paris, an ingenue arrives at a tony bordello: she's Nana, guileless, but quickly learning to use her erotic innocence to get what she wants. She's an actress for a soft-core ... See full summary »
Nana is a 1934 American Pre-Code film, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, released through United Artists, starring Anna Sten. and directed by Dorothy Arzner and George Fitzmaurice. This version ... See full summary »
Denise, an orphaned girl, moves to Paris where she hopes to find work at her uncle's store. But the glamorous department store 'Aux Bonheur des Dames' across the street crunches all the little businesses around. She finds a position there.
Very Good TV Movie ,Far better than the Christian-Jaque 1954 Movie and also probably the closest to Zola Novel..Unfortunately Veronique Genest is only a nice Nana but you really wonder why so many Rich Men destroy their lives for Her..I think most beautiful movie women would have been miscast in this role as those famous "Reines de Paris" all disappeared with WW1...Perhaps Greta Garbo could have played it.
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