Son nom de Venise dans Calcutta désert

Son nom de Venise dans Calcutta désert is a French film directed by Marguerite Duras in 1976. The film is a sequel to her 1975 film India Song and features Delphine Seyrig reprising her role as Anne-Marie Stretter. The film premiered at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival in Directors' Fortnight.[1]

Duras demonstrates that the disease and suffering of the Indians symbolically infects the Europeans as well. Thus, she asserts: One of the external signs of the fissuring of the seemingly watertight compartmentalized colonial society is the deep sense of malaise and maladjustment which is wearing out its white inhabitants. In spite of the vast paraphernalia of protective artifices, the Europeans find their presence in the colony quite intolerable.

The composer of the movie is Carlos d'Alessio.

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  1. ^ "SON NOM DE VENISE DANS CALCUTTA DÉSERT". Retrieved 24 May 2016.

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