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Fri Mar 21 17:02:48 2014 UTClccn-n790182030.17Renoir /0.410.86Postwar Renoir : film and the memory of violence /104724700Jean_Renoirn 79018203252057Jean RenoirLeinuoa, Rang, 1894-1979Renoar, Zhan, 1894-1979Renoir, JeanRenuar, Žan.Renuar, Zhan, 1894-1979Renuārs, Žans, 1894-1979Ренуар, Жан, 1894-1979جان رينوار، 1894-1979ルノワール, ジャン雷诺阿, 让, 1894-1979lccn-no98092622Criterion Collection (Firm)dstlccn-n83142897Gabin, Jean1904-1976cstnrtprfactlccn-no93022573Dalio, Marcel1900-1983cstprfctbactlccn-n50021661Spaak, Charles1903-1975wamaudadpsceclbausnp-renoir, auguste$1841 1919Renoir, Auguste1841-1919lccn-n81074742Janus Filmsdstlccn-n80010238Von Stroheim, Erich1885-1957prfactlccn-n81081108Fresnay, Pierre1897-1975prfactlccn-n85369395Kosma, Joseph1905-1969arrcmplccn-no2005023124Grégor, Nora1901-1949cstprfctbactRenoir, Jean1894-1979DramaCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFilm adaptationsCatalogsInterviewsExhibition catalogsBibliographyHistoryPortraitsFranceRenoir, Auguste,Renoir, Jean,Motion picture producers and directorsWorld War (1914-1918)Manners and customsPrisonersPaintersImpressionism (Art)Motion picturesSoldiersWelles, Orson,Hitchcock, Alfred,GermanyRègle du jeu (Motion picture)AdulteryMan-woman relationshipsMarried peopleMotion pictures, FrenchZola, Émile,Social historyIndiaIndia--BengalGodden, Rumer,English--Social life and customsFirst lovesFrance--ParisPainting, FrenchTrampsMurderTriangles (Interpersonal relations)WitnessesBriberySuicide--PreventionMotion picture playsMotion picture producers and directors--CreditsArt Institute of ChicagoSocial statusSlumsJapanThievesArtistsAndersen, H. C.--(Hans Christian),Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von,Young womenRomaniesRevolution (France : 1789-1799)Stevenson, Robert Louis,CourtesansPerret, Jacques,1894197919181924192519261927192819291931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119431945194619471949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144137911313735759.4ND553.R45ocn057739210ocn056331506ocn123197717ocn056331739ocn754964791ocn077233268ocn043252087ocn811456561ocn049556045ocn039880810ocn057739210ocn056331506ocn123197717ocn056331739ocn754964791ocn077233268ocn043252087ocn756913164ocn049556045ocn056530737ocn754964791ocn077233268ocn756913164ocn026641421ocn765894684ocn765110607ocn767369705ocn693861357ocn691759507ocn862293579ocn852397021ocn839893338ocn780270214ocn802900946ocn406988299ocn839912351ocn781078523ocn693955471ocn762584242ocn691719410ocn802900946ocn406988299ocn742834842ocn742594501ocn406895161ocn415983047ocn743087557ocn742825327ocn742902150ocn742915192ocn780270214ocn691323892ocn694033738ocn691603991ocn469315865ocn469316634ocn798390203ocn742957517ocn691719410ocn767238347ocn753599734ocn752609070ocn834640019ocn753604534ocn753758223ocn840014921ocn753115103ocn753757945ocn833099773ocn836517729ocn420588866ocn799390855ocn462488304ocn451856212ocn460038571ocn453106561ocn439005209ocn081463344ocn459690746ocn460445124ocn658960316ocn767236508ocn674081101ocn452728775ocn658307520ocn658424518ocn658307401ocn658547612ocn767000592ocn766995208ocn780270214ocn767238437ocn693861353ocn764788568ocn494724353ocn676603176ocn767072174ocn767000573ocn694033738ocn767238347ocn454791218ocn442826008ocn440626634ocn454434505ocn450607550ocn444330945ocn780541483ocn444837783ocn781179984ocn659270638ocn820667494ocn760184440ocn659268800ocn658695226ocn659263847ocn659317543ocn658892796ocn659265544ocn762660905ocn797648236ocn186595458ocn765110576ocn459170237ocn743110466ocn249578862ocn220155129ocn658402518ocn766518540ocn767025987ocn762463885ocn661327294ocn692006794ocn693955451ocn767000380ocn676621781ocn767238329ocn832354256ocn862064852ocn781013208ocn813931234ocn781179232ocn762920059ocn863057967ocn858201893ocn760183512ocn766158982ocn691921781ocn459753892ocn220221702ocn724761718ocn743039840281231ocn000492257book19580.25Renoir, JeanRenoir, my fatherBiographyBiography of the famous artist by his son, mingling personal anecdotes with the factual+-+82277859452555209ocn054072239visu19390.28Leiris, MichelLa règle du jeuHistoryFictionDramaMotion picturesLa Règle du Jeu unfolds at a weekend shooting party at the château of Robert de la Chesnaye and his wife Christine, where the guests include Robert?s mistress Genevieve, and André, an aviator who is in love with Christine. An upstairs downstairs bedroom farce ensues, with lovers and adulterers, masters and servants, playing out the morally bankrupt rules of the game. While the original negative was destroyed during the War, this fully restored print finally allows cinema lovers to savour the genius of Jean Renoir?s cinematic masterwork1388121ocn048252016visu19360.28Renoir, JeanLa grande illusionDramaFilm adaptationsTwo French air corps officers, one an aristocrat, are shot down and captured during World War I. In spite of their different class backgrounds, they are drawn together in attempts to escape. The aristocrat sacrifices his own chances in order to aid his companion's escape1116116ocn029808844visu19370.28Renoir, JeanGrand illusionFictionDramaWar filmsDuring World War I, three captured French pilots have an uneasy relationship with their German commandant967161ocn062500336visu19380.32Renoir, JeanLa bête humaineFictionDramaFilm adaptationsThis French film tells the story of the son of a drunkard who finds his own abstinence from drinking is no escape from self-hate and sadess87492ocn061157128visu19320.31Renoir, JeanBoudu sauvé des eauxDramaFilm adaptationsA well-off bookseller rescues a tramp from a suicidal plunge into the Seine and his family dedicates itself to reforming him. He shows his gratitude by shaking the household to its foundations, challenging the hidebound principles of his hosts7081ocn057739210visu20050.24Rumer Godden's The riverDramaFilm adaptationsThe film eloquently contrasts the growing pains of three young women with the immutability of the holy Bengal River in India, around which their daily lives unfold. Harriet lives in a house overlooking the river with her English family. One day, a young American arrives at the home of his cousin, Mr. John, a widower who lives next door to Harriet's family. The young man becomes the focus of attention for Harriet, her older friend Valerie, and for Mr. John's half-Indian daughter Melanie60917ocn000199269book19390.66Renoir, JeanRules of the game ; a filmInterviewsA comedy-drama set on the eve of World War II which contrasts the affairs of the French aristocracy with those of the working class during a weekend house party5463ocn001256913book19750.50Gilliatt, PenelopeJean Renoir : essays, conversations, reviews5072ocn000327377book19680.53Spaak, CharlesGrand illusion; a film by Jean RenoirDrama49529ocn061129534book19470.28Schneider, Bruno FRenoirCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyCatalogsPortraitsExhibition catalogsDescribes the career of French painter Pierre Auguste Renoir, and presents and briefly discusses more than forty of his masterpieces+-+678273293547610ocn054902405visu19900.31Les bas-fonds The lower depthsDramaFilm adaptationsDonzoko (125 min.): Sutekichi, a vulgar, comical thief takes up residence in a slum flophouse inhabited by many eccentric, destitute people. Osugi, the cruel landlady, and her sister, Okayo, both desire him, and fight each other over him. Set in Edo-period Japan42276ocn020313041visu19350.63Renoir, JeanLe Crime de Monsieur LangeFictionDramaRegarded as one of Renoir's most important works. Tells the story of the creation and demise of a utopian society. When Batala, the owner of a small publishing company, disappears with the firm's capital, the employees band together to take over the company and collectively publish a series of comic books written by Monsieur Lange, one of the employees. Based on the adventures of a mythical cowboy, "Arizona Jim," the comic books are instant best sellers, and the cooperative continues its great success by producing films based on the character of "Arizona Jim." However, the infamous Batala, who is considered dead, reappears. Lange kills him to save the collective41954ocn000038730book19490.66Renoir, JeanLa grande illusion: [a filmDrama"Based on a true story from World War I, La Grande Illusion tells the attempted escape from a German prison of three soldiers ..." [cover note]38649ocn052790714visu19450.28Renoir, JeanThe southernerDramaFilm adaptationsMotion picturesRealistic drama of life in the rural South in the mid-twentieth century. A family of tenant farmers struggles against poverty, illness, and nature+-+682448200632433613ocn246724655visu19370.33La grande illusionDramaDuty and honor conflict in a German prisoner-of-war camp. An aristocratic French officer becomes friends with the German commandant, a fellow aristocrat, while simultaneously cooperating with his French commoner comrades in a daring escape attempt3213ocn056834451book20050.66Renoir, JeanJean Renoir : interviewsInterviews+-+358215320630938ocn034911876visu19520.39Renoir, JeanThe golden coachHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsCamilla is the leading star of a commedia dell'arte troupe touring colonial Peru in the early 18th century. The actors arrive on the same boat that transports the new golden coach of the Viceroy. Camilla has to dally with her three lovers-- Felipe, a young officer, a suave Viceroy, and Ramon a bullfighter. Each man desires Camilla for different purposes28315ocn000352575book19660.47Renoir, JeanThe notebooks of Captain Georges; a novelElderly gentleman writes of his passionate love for a country girl2818ocn123197717visu20050.33Jean RenoirHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsNana: A women rises from poverty to become a dance hall queen and courtesan in 1860s Paris, destroying the lives of the men who fall in love with her15515ocn057176595com20040.47Singer, IrvingThree philosophical filmmakers Hitchcock, Welles, RenoirCriticism, interpretation, etc"Although Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles, and Jean Renoir do not pontificate about "eternal verities or analytical niceties," as Irving Singer remarks in Three Philosophical Filmmakers, each expresses, through his work, his particular vision of reality. In this study of these great directors, Singer examines the ways in which meaning and technique interact within their different visions."+-+6650467175150527ocn000719779book19710.47Bazin, AndréJean RenoirCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondenceThe letters in this volume, many published here for the first time, span Renoir's entire life, revealing a man of unparalleled humanity and artistic commitment. They cast new light on his creative struggles, both in France and Hollywood, and provide a record of his friendships with such people as the writers Georges Simenon, Dudley Nichols and Clifford Odets, the actresses Ingrid Bergman and Leslie Caron and the directors Erich von Stroheim and Francois Truffaut+-+434726620512357ocn001090743book19740.33Renoir, JeanMy life and my filmsBiographyContains primary source material+-+820953158512124ocn671648533com20100.47Reader, KeithLa règle du jeu (Jean Renoir, 1939)HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+490503393610562ocn001192346book19740.39Durgnat, RaymondJean Renoir9738ocn000335497book19710.50Braudy, LeoJean Renoir, the world of his filmsCriticism, interpretation, etc7682ocn005219525book19800.53Sesonske, AlexanderJean Renoir, the French films, 1924-19396423ocn022733228book19910.50Bertin, CéliaJean Renoir : a life in picturesBiography6325ocn029847144book19920.37Bergan, RonaldJean Renoir : projections of paradiseBiography+-+13516042353245822ocn020088881book19890.56Renoir, JeanRenoir on Renoir : interviews, essays, and remarksInterviews+-+38403867055764ocn859211975visu20130.17Bourdos, GillesRenoirDramaJean Renoir, son of the Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste, returns home in the summer of 1915 to Southern France after being wounded in World War I and meets a young woman who inspires both himself and his father5271ocn012724758book19860.66Faulkner, ChristopherThe social cinema of Jean Renoir51811ocn000252159book19620.76Leprohon, PierreJean RenoirCriticism, interpretation, etc4904ocn043333602book20000.63O'Shaughnessy, MartinJean RenoirCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+98150546254682ocn004549237book19790.66Faulkner, ChristopherJean Renoir : a guide to references and resourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography2624ocn184821720book20080.70Davis, ColinScenes of love and murder : Renoir, film and philosophyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+08192105462577ocn001256418book19740.59Renoir, JeanMa vie et mes filmsBiography1566ocn841312666file20130.81Phillips, AlastairA companion to Jean RenoirCriticism, interpretation, etcFrançois Truffaut called him, simply, 'the best'. Jean Renoir is a towering figure in world cinema and fully justifies this monumental survey that includes contributions from leading international film scholars and comprehensively analyzes Renoir's life and career from numerous critical perspectives. New and original research by the world's leading English and French language Renoir scholars explores stylistic, cultural and ideological aspects of Renoir's films as well as key biographical periodsThematic structure admits a range of critical methodologies, from textual analy1505ocn730404023book20120.86Davis, ColinPostwar Renoir : film and the memory of violenceCriticism, interpretation, etcThis book re-assesses director Jean Renoir's work between his departure from France in 1940 and his death in 1979, and contributes to the debate over how the medium of film registers the impact of trauma. The 1930s ended in catastrophe for both for Renoir and for France: La Règle du jeu was a critical and commercial disaster on its release in July 1939 and in 1940 France was occupied by Germany. Even so, Renoir continued to innovate and experiment with his post-war work, yet the thirteen films he made between 1941 and 1969, constituting nearly half of his work in sound cinema, have been sorely1443ocn070264750book20070.47Faulkner, ChristopherJean Renoir : a conversation with his films 1894-1979Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+1245837738+-+3582153206+-+3582153206Fri Mar 21 15:39:33 EDT 2014batch80338