In Time Regained, Ruiz discovers the impossible: the intangible timelessness that was the object of Proust's novels, blending the baroque and the surreal. The result is a montage of moving snapshots and feverish dreams which make this the ultimate film in Proustian cinema
Solange is a defense attorney with a reputation for taking cases that can't be won. Her latest lost cause is René, a young man on trial for murdering his aunt Jeanne, a cruel psychologist who raised him as a child and was convinced, since then, that he was destined to become a criminal. A new dimension in psychological thrillers
The husband who goes out for cigarettes and never comes back, the university professor who abandons his wife to live on the street, the servant who?s really a millionaire in disguise. Ruiz combines several of these anecdotes into what he calls a "Cubist pattern" that focuses on one resident of Paris
Shortly after his 9th birthday, Camille tells his mother Ariane that he is really Paul, and would like to be returned to his true mother across town. Alarmed at first, but willing to humor him, she takes him there and is startled to find out he knows her apartment intimately
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