Marienbad


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Marienbad

(ˈmærɪənˌbæd; German maˈriːənbaːt)
n
(Placename) the German name for Mariánské Lázně

Ma•rián•ské Láz•ně

(ˈmɑ ryɑn skɛ ˈlɑz nyɛ)
n.
a spa in W Bohemia, in the W Czech Republic. 18,510.
German, Marienbad.
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It was said that for three seasons running a very wealthy old lady had sent him for a cure to Marienbad - where he was about to share the public curiosity once with a crowned head - but the police on that occasion ordered him to leave within twelve hours.
And so the woman who swam in the warm lakes around Marienbad, and watched blankets of fleshsmoke torn on the dark Slavic pines is an accidental.
A's nocturnal lovelorn by independent stalwart Alan Rudolph; Walking and Talking, Nicole Holofcener's keenly observed comedy about of two women who reach a crossroads in their friendship when one becomes engaged; and Last Year at Marienbad, Alain Resnais' arthouse landmark that turns conventional notions of romance and reality on their head.
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Como sostiene Trinidad Barrera en su edicion de La invencion de Morel, esta obra opaco a la siguiente: Plan de evasion, y en general ha opacado al resto de la obra de Bioy por el entusiasmo no solo de Borges, sino tambien de autores como Maurice Blanchot y Robbe-Grillet, guionista de El ano pasado en Marienbad, pelicula de Alain Resnais.
They hold tight relations with the two further masterpieces of this, Resnais's starkest, most breathtaking era: the hermetically beautiful L'Annee derniere a Marienbad (Last Year at Marienbad, 1961) and the piercing, almost savage Muriel ou le temps d'un retour (Muriel, or the Time of Return, 1963).
Para mi la literatura norteamericana posterior a Rosswell Stevens carecia de interes, me interesaba mas la vida agitada de la gran ciudad, sus bares que se multiplicaban al infinito, sus maravillosas mujeres, los pequenos cines de arte donde casi siempre es posible volver a ver Casablanca, To Have and Have Not, Beat the Devil y L'annee derniere a Marienbad.
But you're right to connect that moment from L'Avventura (Michaelangelo Antonioni, 1960) to Last Year at Marienbad (Alain Resnais, 1961) and to Belle de Jour.
tropes of the French New Wave film ``Last Year at Marienbad.
The repetitions create a throb of anguish reminiscent of the technique used in the movie L'annee derniere a Marienbad, in which the same scene is repeated endlessly with only slight variations.
BISHOP: Si, en Paris, en Montecarlo, en Marienbad y en El Cairo.
In Hiroshima mon amour (1959), two lovers relive wartime traumas through flashbacks that seem to overwhelm them; in Last Year at Marienbad (1961), the unnamed visitors to a baroque chateau wander its mirrored halls and ruminate on a past love story, while trapped in the repetitive loops of an eternal present; both Muriel ou le temps d'un retour (Muriel, or the Time of Return, 1963) and La Guerre est finie (1966) inject moments of enigma into relatively straightforward storytelling through erratic cutaways, flash-forwards, and repetition, dislodging viewers from the expected temporal flow.