Remorques (Stormy Waters) 1941 Ages 15+

3.00PM Sat 18 Jan 2020 (1hr 24mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

SYNOPSIS

Starring titan of French cinema Jean Gabin, Jean Grémillon's Remorques (Stormy Waters) is a melancholy portrait of tugboat captain André Laurent, who is torn between his dangerous work rescuing boats in the violent ocean waters and his tranquil home life with his wife Yvonne. When André rescues the mysterious Catherine during a storm, he finds himself tempted by the possibilities of an affair. Co-written by Jacques Prévert, Remorques is an entrancing melodrama of the highest order.

CREDITS

35MM, BLACK AND WHITE, MONO, 91 MINUTES, FRANCE, FRENCH (ENGLISH SUBTITLES) / DIRECTOR: JEAN GRÉMILLON / SCRIPT: JACQUES PRÉVERT, ANDRÉ CAYATTE / BASED ON THE NOVEL BY ROGER VERCEL / CINEMATOGRAPHER: ARMAND THIRARD / EDITOR: YVONNE MARTIN / PROD CO: MAĺTRISE ARTISANALE DE L’INDUSTRIE CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE, SEDIS / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: MK2 / SCREENING FORMAT: DCP