Nana (1926)



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Jean Renoir's second film was this lavishly appointed adaptation of Emile Zola's novel Nana. Renoir does an admirable job retelling Zola's woeful tale of a covetous Parisian slum girl in purely visual terms. Hoping to escape her tawdry surroundings, Nana has an affair with high-ranking government official George Muffat. Instead of elevating herself to Muffat's level, however, Nana drags the poor man down to hers -- and in the end, both lives have been utterly destroyed. Catherine Hessling gives … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Romance, Classics
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Written By: Pierre Lestringuez, Jean Renoir
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as Count de Vandeuvres

as Count Muffat
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A lesser film that hints at the potential greatness of young filmmaker Jean Renoir... .

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