Canal March

Presentation of Nana (1926)

Miguel Marías

Miguel Marías presents, within the cycle "Literary Adaptations", the silent film Naná (1926), adapted by Jean Renoir with great talent from the novel of the same name by Zola, starring a prostitute (Catherine Hessling, the director's wife) during the Second Empire, using settings inspired by the paintings of Auguste Renoir (the director's father) and Édouard Manet and offering a splendid and frenetic scene of can can.

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