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  1. Clouds of Sils Maria (2014) - Soundtracks - IMDb › title › tt2452254

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    Apr 10, 2015 · Clouds of Sils Maria Soundtrack List Movie (2015) – Tracklist – OST List – Listen to Original Score and full soundtrack songs, film score list, the playlist of all of the songs played in the movie, who sings them, including end credits.

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    Clouds of Sils Maria (known simply as Sils Maria in some territories) is a 2014 drama film written and directed by Olivier Assayas, and starring Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart, and Chloë Grace Moretz. The film is a French-German-Swiss co-production. Principal photography took place from August to October 2013, with most of the filming ...

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    • 23 May 2014 (Cannes), 20 August 2014 (France), 18 December 2014 (Germany)
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  7. Clouds of Sils Maria — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Clouds_of_Sils_Maria
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    Maria En­ders is an in­ter­na­tional film star and stage ac­tress. She trav­els with a loyal young Amer­i­can as­sis­tant, Valen­tine. Twenty years ear­lier, Maria got her big break when she was cast and suc­cess­fully per­formed as a young girl Sigrid in both the play and film ver­sions of Mal­oja Snake[de]by Wil­helm Mel­chior, a Swiss play­wright who is now el­derly. The play cen­ters on the tem­pes­tu­ous re­la­tion­ship be­tween Sigrid and He­lena, a vul­ner­a­ble older woman. He­lena com­mits sui­cide after Sigrid takes ad­van­tage of her, and dumps her. While trav­el­ing to Zürich to ac­cept an award on be­half of Wil­helm, and plan­ning to visit him at home the fol­low­ing day at his house in Sils Maria—a re­mote set­tle­ment in the Alps—Maria learns of his death. His widow Rosa later con­fides that Wil­helm had ended his life and had been ter­mi­nally ill. Dur­ing the awards cer­e­mony, Maria is ap­proached by Klaus Di­ester­weg, a pop­u­lar the­ater di­rec­tor. He wants to...

    Prin­ci­pal pho­tog­ra­phy of Clouds of Sils Maria began on 22 Au­gust 2013 and ended on 4 October. The film was shot on lo­ca­tion in the tit­u­lar vil­lage of Sils Maria, Switzer­land as well as Zürich; Leipzig, Ger­many; and South Tyrol, Italy. In an in­ter­view, As­sayas said that all the film's in­te­ri­ors were shot in Ger­many. The pro­duc­tion moved to Sils Maria to film the hik­ing scenes, and moved again to film the scenes in and around the chalet in South Tyrol. The Chanel com­pany de­buted in film fi­nanc­ing with this pro­duc­tion. In ad­di­tion it sup­plied the ac­tresses with clothes, jew­elry, ac­ces­sories, and makeup, and the brand was scripted in as a provider of the same to Maria. Chanel pro­vided some of the bud­get to allow Olivier As­sayasto ful­fill his dream of shoot­ing a film on 35-mm film in­stead of digitally. As­sayas has de­scribed the fic­tional play Mal­oja Snake as a "con­densed, bru­tal­ized ver­sion" of The Bit­ter Tears of Petra von Kant, a play...


    The first trailer for the film was re­leased on 22 May 2014.An­other in­ter­na­tional trailer fol­lowed on 7 July.

    Film festivals

    The film was se­lected to com­pete for the Palme d'Or in the main com­pe­ti­tion sec­tion at the 2014 Cannes Film Fes­ti­val on 23 May 2014. It also screened at the Toronto In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val and New York Film Fes­ti­val.

    Critical response

    The re­view ag­gre­ga­tor Rot­ten Toma­toes re­ports a "Cer­ti­fied Fresh" score of 90% based on 169 re­views. The web­site's crit­i­cal con­sen­sus reads, "Bol­stered by a trio of pow­er­ful per­for­mances from its tal­ented leads, Clouds of Sils Maria is an ab­sorb­ing, richly de­tailed drama with im­pres­sive depth and intelligence." On Meta­critic, the film holds a weighted meanscore of 79 out of 100, based on 41 re­views from film crit­ics, in­di­cat­ing "gen­er­ally fa­vor­able reviews"...

    Box office

    Clouds of Sils Maria opened in France on 20 Au­gust 2014 in 150 the­aters for a $3,663 per the­ater av­er­age and a box of­fice total of $549,426 as of 24 Au­gust 2014.The film ex­panded to 195 the­aters in its sec­ond week of re­lease, and the box of­fice in­creased to an es­ti­mated $1,150,090. Clouds of Sils Mariaopened in the United States on 10 April 2015 in three the­aters and grossed $69,729 on its open­ing week­end for an av­er­age of $23,243 per. As of 4 June 2015, the film has gross...

    Awards and nominations

    The film won the Louis Del­luc Prize for Best Film in De­cem­ber 2014. The film re­ceived six César Award nom­i­na­tions in­clud­ing best film, best di­rec­tor, best ac­tress, best orig­i­nal screen­play, and best cin­e­matog­ra­phy, while Stew­art won for best sup­port­ing ac­tress, be­com­ing the first Amer­i­can ac­tress to win a César and the third Amer­i­can actor to win after Adrien Brody in 2003 and Christo­pher Lam­bertin 1985.

    "Kowalski" by Primal Scream
    "Largo de Xerxes" – Georg Friedrich Handel
    "Canon and Gigue in D Major for 3 Violins and Basso Continuo" – Johann Pachelbel
    "Paavin of Albarti (Alberti)" – Innocentio Alberti (performed by Hesperion XXI)

    The film was re­leased on DVD and Dig­i­tal HD by Para­mount Home Media on July 14, 2015; the com­pany also han­dles the dig­i­tal en­ter­tain­ment sales, with IFC han­dling the video on de­mandsales. The Cri­te­rion Col­lec­tionre­leased a DVD and Blu-ray edi­tion on 28 June 2016.

  8. Analyzing 'Clouds of Sils Maria' - Chuck Kollars › clouds-of-sils-maria
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    The film is very postmodern.Discussions of different interpretations of The Maloja Snake (and by inference CoSM itself)by Val, Klaus Diesterweg, Henryk Wald, and Maria Enders make the point over and over that the same text can be presented different ways.Val even explicitly says The text is like an object.It's going to change perspective depending on where you're standing.. A similar idea of variable andblurry interpretations is perhaps most plainly stated in the epilog inthe interview dialog between Klaus and the reporter,where it's suggested that what audiences really see is some mixture ofwhat's actually on the stage in front of themand what the tabloid headlines are saying outside the theater. And the very last scene of CoSMspeaks of disliking modernity, and even of characters being outside of time,the reverseof what the whole restof the movie has been showing us.By contradicting everything we've seen so far, it implicitly criticizes Maria for caring too much about her age and n...

    CoSM is known for the high quality of the acting(and the good chemistry between the actresses),and for the intricacy and ambiguity (even complexity) of the story.It also has excellent unobtrusive useof music, much of which is non-diegetic but some of which is produced by performances within the frame of the film itself. The music is mostly classical, even using the old popular standardPachelbel's Canon at a couplesignificant moments.The one bit of music that's quite different is what plays on Val's earbuds as she drives back from Lake Como -it further emphasizes the divergence of her age and interests from Maria's.And CoSMhews to today'shighest standards of careful writing.For example a product placement scene for Chanel (one of the investors), which could easily have been a klunky interruption of the flow, is blended into the story so well that we hardly notice it. There are also several subtle sub-strands which add to the complexity.For example there's a sub-strand about suicide (...

    Three other films often mentioned in the CoSM context areAll About Eve (1950),The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972)and Opening Night(1977).The similarities are spread widely -one of these is a Hollywood film, one is a European film, and one is an Indie film. 1. All About Eve is a widelyknown Hollywood classic that's very heavy on clever dialog.To some extent each film is an homage to the earlier ones.As this was the first,all the other films make reference to it.The director/writer of The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant, Rainer Werner Fassbinder,was very aware of Hollywood movies -including All About Eve-,and even wrote an explicit passing reference to aJoseph Mankiewicz (the writer and director of All About Eve)into his film. Obvious homages from Opening Nightinclude the similar raincoat and rainhat worn by the young idolizing fanin the opening scene, and the constant presense of asimultaneously tart and deferential female intimate aide,the Thelma Ritter character. 2. The Bitter...

    A particular difference between the filmsis that homosexuality/lesbianism plays quite different rolesin each. In All About Eve references tolesbianism are deeply camouflaged,because of the censorious coderestrictions of that time.(In fact, the references are so deeply camouflaged manymiss them entirely.)Although today the film has something of a reputation for significant sexual intrigue,on actually viewing it one finds it makes very little difference whether or not those references are real or just imagined.Adding a lesbian interpretation further crisps upa couple plot points:ithat Eve's relationship with the critic Addison DeWitt is purely about power,and iithat Eve's possible marriage to the playwright Lloyd Richards would have been a sham.But even if Eve's lesbianism were discarded, her motivations wouldn't change at all,and the story wouldn't change in any significant way.On the other hand, lesbianism is clearly quite central to The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant.While the sexu...

  9. “Clouds of Sils Maria” Review | The New Yorker › magazine › 2015/04/20

    Apr 13, 2015 · What happens in “Clouds of Sils Maria,” the new film from Olivier Assayas? Well, it starts on a train, where a celebrated actress of stage and screen, Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche ...

  10. Clouds of Sils Maria (2014) - CultureVulture › film › clouds-sils-maria-2014

    The movie’s title, “Clouds of Sils Maria,” refers to a natural phenomenon found in the Sils Maria municipality of Switzerland for which the fictional play within the film, “Maloja Snake,” is also named. Both titles designate the same thing, spectacular clouds that snake around mountains in the Swiss Alps. Two different takes on the ...

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