A Nude by Garrel

That Summer, the representation of beauty, and the law of love
by Eugenio Renzi   posted Jan 10, 2012

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So happy to see a great account of the film in English here, and a screening in the US at MOMI, after what felt like a tepid response in Toronto.
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Monica Bellucci and Louis Garrel in Un Eté brûlant, directed by Philippe Garrel
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Eugenio Renzi wrote for Cahiers du cinéma from 2004 to 2009, when, with Antoine Thirion, he created Independencia, a new cinema review based on economic and editorial independence. He has also written for Vertigo, Ciak, Panoramiche, and Duellanti, and is the author of Nanni Moretti (2008, Editions de L'Etoile).

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