A forged banknote leads to a tragic chain of events that culminates in murder, in Robert Bresson’s superb swansong.

Based on a short story by Tolstoy, L’Argent is Bresson’s uncompromising last word on sin, chance and salvation, themes that he explored with such power and force throughout his 40-year career.

Shot in the director’s imitable austere style, the film won the Best Director prize at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival and is widely regarded as one of his great masterpieces.

  • Restored from the original negative and presented in High Definition
  • Style, Anti-style and Influence (2022, 22 mins): an on-stage discussion between Geoff Andrew, Jonathan Hourigan and Nasreen Munni Kabir on the films of Robert Bresson. Filmed at BFI Southbank
  • Looking at L’Argent (2022, 9 mins): Jonathan Hourigan, former assistant to Robert Bresson, introduces and examines two clips from L’Argent
  • The Root of All Evil (2022, 19 mins): writer Michael Brooke considers Bresson’s late masterpiece in this newly commissioned video essay
  • Jonathan Hourigan on L’Argent (2007, 27 mins, audio only): the film scholar – who assisted in the making of L’Argent – speaks about the production
  • Value For Money (1970, 22 mins) David Blest’s dreamlike, experimental short film, featuring Quentin Crisp, visualises coin-operated connections between money and religion
  • Theatrical trailer
  • **FIRST PRESSING ONLY** Illustrated booklet with new essays by Dr Martin Hall and Jonathan Hourigan, an original review and full film credits
Studios:
BFI
Durée:
85 mins approx
Réalisateur(s):
Robert Bresson
Certificat (Royaume-Uni):
PG
Acteur(s):
Christian Patey

Vincent Risterucci

Caroline Lang

Langue des Sous-Titres:

English

Date de Sortie Cinéma:
1983
Langue Principale:
French
Nombre de Disques:
1
Région:
B
Marque:
BFI

L'Argent

Blu-ray
EUR 18.49

Prix de détail conseillé : 24,49 €

18,49 €

Économisez : 6,00 €

Rupture de stock

Chat en ligne

Temps de connexion moyenne 25 secondes

Temps de connexion moyenne 25 secondes

Livraison et retour

Livraison standard (5-10 jours) = 3,99€
Livraison suivie (3-5 jours) = 5,99€
Livraison OFFERTE à partir de 75€ d'achat.
Les délais de livraison s'appliquent aux produits en stock. Les précommandes seront expédiées dès que nous recevrons le stock. Comptez jusqu'à 21 jours pour la réception des produits Funko. Livraison suivie n'est pas disponible sur tous les produits.

Les frais de douane et de TVA sont pris en charge en totalité par Zavvi. Il ne vous sera donc pas demandé de les régler lors de la livraison.

Que faire si je ne suis pas complètement satisfait de ma commande?

Veuillez lire notre politique de retours .

Les clients ayant acheté cet article ont également acheté

A forged banknote leads to a tragic chain of events that culminates in murder, in Robert Bresson’s superb swansong.

Based on a short story by Tolstoy, L’Argent is Bresson’s uncompromising last word on sin, chance and salvation, themes that he explored with such power and force throughout his 40-year career.

Shot in the director’s imitable austere style, the film won the Best Director prize at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival and is widely regarded as one of his great masterpieces.

  • Restored from the original negative and presented in High Definition
  • Style, Anti-style and Influence (2022, 22 mins): an on-stage discussion between Geoff Andrew, Jonathan Hourigan and Nasreen Munni Kabir on the films of Robert Bresson. Filmed at BFI Southbank
  • Looking at L’Argent (2022, 9 mins): Jonathan Hourigan, former assistant to Robert Bresson, introduces and examines two clips from L’Argent
  • The Root of All Evil (2022, 19 mins): writer Michael Brooke considers Bresson’s late masterpiece in this newly commissioned video essay
  • Jonathan Hourigan on L’Argent (2007, 27 mins, audio only): the film scholar – who assisted in the making of L’Argent – speaks about the production
  • Value For Money (1970, 22 mins) David Blest’s dreamlike, experimental short film, featuring Quentin Crisp, visualises coin-operated connections between money and religion
  • Theatrical trailer
  • **FIRST PRESSING ONLY** Illustrated booklet with new essays by Dr Martin Hall and Jonathan Hourigan, an original review and full film credits
Studios:
BFI
Durée:
85 mins approx
Réalisateur(s):
Robert Bresson
Certificat (Royaume-Uni):
PG
Acteur(s):
Christian Patey

Vincent Risterucci

Caroline Lang

Langue des Sous-Titres:

English

Date de Sortie Cinéma:
1983
Langue Principale:
French
Nombre de Disques:
1
Région:
B
Marque:
BFI
Avis de clients

Aucun commentaire pour l’instant.

Laissez un commentaire pour aider les autres clients à la recherche d'informations sur ce produit.

Les clients ayant acheté cet article ont également acheté