Jeanne Dielman, a lonely young widow, lives with her son Sylvain following an immutable order: while the boy is in school, she cares for their apartment, does chores, and receives clients in the afternoon.
Did You Know?
Shooting the film took five weeks. It depicts the life of the main character, Jeanne Dielman, in real time, which director Chantal Akerman
said "was the only way to shoot the film--to avoid cutting the action in a hundred pieces." See more
In one scene, after the first man went, when Jeanne is making her bed, a lot of dust particles float in the air, showing the bed has not been used for a long time. See more
See you Thursday.
Bagatelle for Piano
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven See more