A drama following 4 women at stage school. Considered by some to be the summation of director Jacques Rivette's work as a whole.
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Lucia talks to the ghosts and recites some kind of spell in her native Portuguese language. It is inferred that she is a witch. This may be an implicit reference to Julio Cortazar's Rayuela, whose main character, La Maga (real name, Lucia), is also a witch, of Uruguayan descent. The image of both heroines is very similar, in addition to the name. And Rayuela is also set in Paris. See more
Features A Brutal Game
Hor ch'el ciel e la terra
Music by Claudio Monteverdi
Solistes, choeur et orchestre de la Societa cameristica di Lugano
Conducted by Edwin Loehrer See more