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Sévigné (2004)


Marta Balletbò-Coll, Anna Boluda (screenplay advisor) (as Anna Boluda Gisbert) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Anna Azcona ... Júlia Berkowitz
Marta Balletbò-Coll Marta Balletbò-Coll ... Marina Ferrer-Amat
Josep Maria Pou ... Gerardo R. Valcárcel
Eduard Farelo ... Ignasi Basauri
Montserrat Gausachs Montserrat Gausachs ... Chef televisiva
Leslie Charles Leslie Charles ... Joanne Bloom
Manel Bartomeus Manel Bartomeus ... Director General
Helena Bayes Helena Bayes ... Elena Rius
Marilia Samper Marilia Samper ... Cap de Vestuari
Maria Rosa Bonany Maria Rosa Bonany ... Mare de Marina
Cesca Guinó Cesca Guinó ... Mare de Júlia
Antonio Regueiro Antonio Regueiro ... Cap de realització (as Toni Regueiro)
Mercè Martínez Mercè Martínez ... Productora
Sergi Schaaff Sergi Schaaff ... Interlocutor de Núria
Babou Cham ... Interlocutor Gambià (as Babu Cham)


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Catalan | English | Spanish | French

Release Date:

1 April 2005 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Julia Berkowitz See more »

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Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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A subtle, nuanced movie
8 October 2006 | by Red-125See all my reviews

Sévigné (2004) was written and directed by Marta Balletbò-Coll, who also co-stars in the film.

Anna Azcona plays Júlia Berkowitz, a Renaissance woman who is a both a fine actor and stage director. However, she gave up acting when her young daughter was killed in an automobile accident. She needs a new play to direct; a play that will be both an artistic and financial success.

Enter Marina Ferrer-Amat, who works in TV but who has written a fascinating stage play. (Marina is played by Marta Balletbò-Coll herself. How someone can write a script, and then direct it and star in it is beyond my comprehension!)

The remainder of the movie is primarily devoted to the relationship between these two women as they become closer professionally and emotionally. There are several subplots, but these serve primarily to move the action forward. The real story is the complex and intricate interaction between the two leads, both of whom are portrayed brilliantly by Azcona and Balletbò-Coll.

This film is subtle and nuanced. It's clearly worth seeking out-- probably not an easy task. (The movie was brought to Rochester by ImageOut, the Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. I don't know if it will be available commercially.)

Finally, when we saw the film, at least 90% of the audience was lesbian couples. It's no surprise that lesbians would support the ImageOut festival. However, I asked myself, Where are the heterosexuals? A film of this quality deserves to be seen by everyone. I was disappointed that more people didn't take advantage of the opportunity to attend a showing of such an outstanding film.

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