La Chartreuse de Parme (2012)

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Original Title: La Certosa di Parma

The love story of 2 youths during the '700s. Fabrizio, a boy who was supposed to be a noble and part of Napoleons army, and Clelia a beautiful girl of a important Noble of the high society of Parma in that era. Their love became impossible because of the Presence of other characters and they personal desires

"La Chartreuse de Parme" (The Charterhouse of Parma) is a French movie routed by Cinzia Th. Torrini and launched in 2012. It is based on the nineteenth-century novel of the exact same name by Stendhal. Establish throughout the Napoleonic Wars and the duration of Restoration, the tale revolves around the lead character, Fabrizio del Dongo, an aristocrat from Parma, and also his tumultuous journey of political intrigue, love, as well as individual growth.

Plot Summary
The movie begins with young Fabrizio del Dongo's fascination with the heroics of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. Despite his Mother, the Marchesa del Dongo's, disapproval, Fabrizio, together with his tutor and also confidante Blasi, secretly leaves their family's castle and also attempts to join Napoleon's military. However, he ends up in the center of the terrible Battle of Waterloo, experiencing the brutal truth of battle firsthand.

After the fight, Fabrizio returns to his household castle in Parma, where he attempts to place his war experiences behind him. However, the political environment in Italy during the Restoration is far from relaxed. Fabrizio's aunt Gina, Duchess of Sanseverina, ends up being significant in the court of Parma, and the two develop a deep, caring bond.

All at once, Fabrizio's tourist attraction to the attractive yet innocent Clélia, little girl of the governor-general of Parma, Count Mosca, unravels. However, their love is endangered constantly by social constraints and political computing.

The Marchesa del Dongo's staunch resistance to Napoleon's guideline causes Fabrizio being implicated in a politically determined murder. Fearing a death sentence, he takes sanctuary in the Charterhouse of Parma, a monastery recognized for its asceticism as well as seclusion.

As Fabrizio battles to adapt to his newly found life in the abbey, the Duchess of Sanseverina defend his exoneration, typically putting herself in unsafe situations and also matching her against powerful figures. She continues her political intrigue as well as manipulations in court, looking for a way to complimentary Fabrizio and ensure his safety as well as innocence.

In the end, Fabrizio is free from the murder costs, as well as he leaves the Charterhouse of Parma. However, the worry of his experiences in war and also the abbey have changed him, leaving him a much more introspective as well as spiritually likely person. The film concludes with Fabrizio renouncing life aspirations and also going back to the Charterhouse of Parma to live as a monk and look for redemption.

Styles and Analysis
"La Chartreuse de Parme" analyzes styles such as disillusionment, love, political aspiration, as well as the search for individuality in the middle of external pressures that seek to regulate as well as manipulate. The lead character's attraction with Napoleon as well as the scaries of the battlefield showcases the human tendency to be scooped in grand ideals only to uncover their surprise cruelties as well as illusions.

Love and also enthusiasm are likewise main to the narrative. The prohibited love between Fabrizio and also Clélia works as an icon of the social restraints that can suffocate real connections and also joy. At the same time, the Duchess's selfless dedication to Fabrizio is a testament to the nature of love, as she continuously risks her track record and also safety in the name of her beloved nephew.

The film additionally highlights the complexities of human nature, as the characters navigate the murky waters of political intrigue, hidden programs, partnerships, and betrayals while trying to hold to themselves.

"La Chartreuse de Parme" is a fascinating adjustment of Stendhal's traditional book, including outstanding efficiencies from its lead actors and also awesome visuals. The film admires its literary source while effectively equating its motifs and also storylines to the display, making it a must-watch for those seeking an interesting and also provocative motion picture experience.

Top Cast

  • Stefano Abbati (small)
    Stefano Abbati
  • Enrico Beruschi (small)
    Enrico Beruschi
    Abbot Blanes
  • François Berléand (small)
    François Berléand
    The Prince of Parma
  • Marie-Josée Croze (small)
    Marie-Josée Croze
    Gina the Duchess of Sanseverina
  • Rodrigo Guirao Díaz (small)
    Rodrigo Guirao Díaz
    Fabrice Del Dongo
  • Hippolyte Girardot (small)
    Hippolyte Girardot
    Count Mosca
  • Barbara Ronchi (small)
    Barbara Ronchi
  • Giovanni Morassutti (small)
    Giovanni Morassutti
    Young Robert
  • Alessandra Mastronardi (small)
    Alessandra Mastronardi
    Clelia Conti
  • Valentina Reggio (small)
    Valentina Reggio
  • Delphine Sérina (small)
    Delphine Sérina
    Marchioness Raversi