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Rodin (2017)

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An account of the famous French sculptor's romance with Camille Claudel.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vincent Lindon ... Auguste Rodin
Izïa Higelin ... Camille Claudel
Séverine Caneele ... Rose Beuret
Bernard Verley ... Victor Hugo
Anders Danielsen Lie ... Rainer Maria Rilke
Arthur Nauzyciel Arthur Nauzyciel ... Paul Cézanne
Laurent Poitrenaux Laurent Poitrenaux ... Octave Mirbeau
Olivier Cadiot Olivier Cadiot ... Claude Monet
Alexandre Haulet Alexandre Haulet ... Assistant Rodin
Louise Le Pape Louise Le Pape ... Adèle Abruzzesi
Morgane de Vargas Morgane de Vargas ... Modèle Thérèse Fontaine
Nia Acosta Nia Acosta ... Soeur d'Adèle Abruzzesi
Pauline Cousty Pauline Cousty ... Mademoiselle Octavie
Cendrine Gourbin Cendrine Gourbin ... Modèle de Pierre Louÿs
Guylène Péan Guylène Péan ... Juliette Drouet
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Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), man of the people, autodidact and revolutionary sculptor - the most brilliant of his era. At 42, Rodin meets Camille Claudel, a young woman desperate to become his assistant. He quickly acknowledges her as his most able pupil, and treats her as an equal in matters of creation. Written by AnonymousB

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France | Belgium | USA

Language:

French | Japanese

Release Date:

24 May 2017 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Роден See more »

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Paris, France See more »

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Gross USA:

$44,261, 8 July 2018
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Lack of plot
29 June 2017 | by nickparrottSee all my reviews

I normally love this kind of historical bio-pic. The last 2-3 movies I have been to see of this genre (Naruda and Django were the other two). This one disappointed, especially as I remember seeing the superb Camille Claudelle more than twenty years ago. I wanted to get the other half of the story - but felt let down.

Two great things about this movie: the use of sepia throughout really locates the movie in time, making it feel oldie worldie. The sets, most of which are inside the artist's studios give one a real feeling of the process of sculpting. The selection of limbs and heads lying around and give the movie a strangely surrealistic air. visually the studios provide a visual backdrop that is every bit as good as that in Parfum.

Two things that let this movie down. 1. the lack of a coherent narrative or story line. Its about love found and lost but it moves along at a too-slow pace and scenes seem poorly connected to each other. Vincent Lindon's portrayal of Rodin is also disappointing he mostly seems to wander around his studio looking miserable and lost. I found it difficult to empathise or identify with him and wonder why during the course of the film so many women throw themselves at him. I nearly left after an hour and a half but made myself stick it out.


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