Gabrielle (2005)

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The marriage between Gabrielle and Jean begins to fray after the discovery of a letter that belongs to Gabrielle.


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  • Pascal Greggory in Gabrielle (2005)
  • Isabelle Huppert and Pascal Greggory in Gabrielle (2005)
  • Pascal Greggory in Gabrielle (2005)
  • Isabelle Huppert in Gabrielle (2005)
  • Isabelle Huppert and Pascal Greggory in Gabrielle (2005)
  • Isabelle Huppert and Pascal Greggory in Gabrielle (2005)

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18 July 2006 | jsmith1480
Chereau a masterful director
This up close study of a marriage in crisis is Chereau at his subtle, rich best. The infant terrible of '82 Bayreuth has matured into a maestro of cinema.

Gabrielle wants more but is unwilling to spend the effort or pay the price to get it. Her husband wants less and will settle for nothing less than less. The machinery of their marriage was running so flawlessly that it required no work by either and only modest attention. Their relations were on automatic pilot and they both seemed massively content to keep it that way. Then the machinery, briefly but ruinously, goes crazy.

Huppert and Greggory are riveting. And, not counting the credits, run time is less than 90 minutes. Good artistic judgment there by Chereau. Any longer and this film could be painful for the viewer. Jim Smith

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