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  1. Time Regained ( French: Le Temps retrouvé) is a 1999 French drama film directed by the Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz. It is an adaptation of the 1927 final volume of the seven-volume series In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust. The plot is about the anonymous narrator of In Search of Lost Time who reflects on his past experiences while lying on his deathbed.

  2. [[ASIN:0375753125 Time Regained: In Search of Lost Time, Vol. VI (Modern Library Classics) (v. 6)]] is the sixth and final volume of the novel series. In the 1999 film/DVD version under review here, the viewer tracks the life of the author, Marcel Proust (1871-1922), out of sequence, as the protagonist of the original novel mentally relives a retrospective of his past.

  3. May 19, 1999 · Marcel Proust's Time Regained: Directed by Raúl Ruiz. With Catherine Deneuve, Emmanuelle Béart, Vincent Perez, John Malkovich. A lush, elegant epic taking us on a time-swirling trip down the infinitely complex labyrinth that is Marcel Proust's memory lane.

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    • Drama, Romance, War
    • Raúl Ruiz
    • 1999-05-19
  4. French (Canada) Director: Raoul Ruiz Release Date (Theaters): May 16, 1999 original Release Date (Streaming): Mar 27, 2001 Box Office (Gross USA): $467.2K Runtime: 2h 38m Distributor: Kino Pictures...

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    • History, Drama
  5. www.amazon.com › Time-Regained-Catherine-DeneuveTime Regained - amazon.com

    Time Regained is a superb adaption of the last volume of In Search of Lost Time. The viewer is treated to a well-imagined recreation of the salons and homes often described in Proust. The film will, however, make little sense to those who haven’t read In Search of Lost Time. And the scenes tend to focus on the various romantic entanglements.

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  6. Feb 09, 2018 · Ends February 15! Ruiz’s most ambitious literary adaptation—an attempt to condense all of Proust’s In Search of Lost Time into a single feature, using the seven-part novel’s last installment as a kind of frame—is also one of his lushest, most transporting reflections on the movies’ power to seize and preserve moments of time. Proust’s narrator, Marcel (Marcello Mazzarella), is a consistent presence in the movie, but Time Regained is dominated by entrancing, sometimes tragic ...

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