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PhxArt + FilmBar Present: Portrait of a Lady on Fire
PhxArt + FilmBar Present: Portrait of a Lady on Fire
PhxArt + FilmBar Presents
TICKETS: $15 for public | $12 for Museum and FilmBar Unlimited-ish Members
This event is during our Voluntary Donation Time and no General Admission ticket is required for purchase.

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Passion brews quietly between an artist and her subject, until together they create a space in which it can briefly flourish, in this sumptuous eighteenth-century romance from Céline Sciamma, one of contemporary French cinema’s most acclaimed auteurs. Summoned to an isolated seaside estate on a secret assignment, Marianne (Noémie Merlant) must find a way to paint a wedding portrait of Héloïse (Adèle Haenel), who is resisting chattel marriage, by furtively observing her. What unfolds in exquisite tension is an exchange of sustained gazes in which the two women come to know each other’s gestures, expressions, and bodies with rapturous intimacy, ultimately forging a subversive creative collaboration as well as a delirious romance. Charged with a yearning that almost transcends time and space, Portrait of a Lady on Fire mines the emotional and artistic possibilities that emerge when women can freely live together and see one another in a world without men.

(Sciamma, 2019, 121 min, French with English subtitles, R)

Watch the trailer here: https://youtu.be/R-fQPTwma9o 


PhxArt + FilmBar Present films is made possible in part by the Angela and Leonard Singer Endowment for Performing Arts.
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