How 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' Reveals Its Secrets

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  1. Spikima Movies

    Spikima MoviesHace 8 meses

    Had so much fun making this one- hope you enjoy! On that note, I do see some very unfortunate editing mistakes (missing clips) in the middle. I must be very tired nowadays. Please do forgive! Love.


    THE 2 STROKE MANIACHace 21 un día

    Bro u did a great job

  3. lenore churgay

    lenore churgayHace 3 meses

    @Inger Jacobs z-io"

  4. trish h

    trish hHace 3 meses

    This was an outstanding analysis of a beautiful film. Thank you for making it!

  5. Brian Hansard

    Brian HansardHace 4 meses

    Really well done. I'm very happy I found this Amazing film ... And you're analysis afterwards. Thank you🙏✨! - BH🎬🔥✨

  6. Goyal Saheb

    Goyal SahebHace 4 meses

    How to get complete movie on net

  7. Mila Djordjevic

    Mila DjordjevicHace 3 días

    i wish they could have ended up together like in elisa y marcela or carol or saving face, all movies in times/locations/cultures that don't accept LGBT. ugh so frustratingggg. why does 99% of lesbian movies have to have sad endings???

  8. 김태현

    김태현Hace 5 días

    이런 한국 영화 채널 중에 이런 채널이 있었네요...! 잘 보고 갑니다. 떡상하시길!

  9. Spikima Movies

    Spikima MoviesHace 4 días

    감사합니다 ^^

  10. James Weekes

    James WeekesHace 7 días

    Hi, im just staring up my channel and i would appreciate it if anyone of you could check it out. My first video is up now and im working on a portrait of a lady on fire video at the moment.

  11. R

    RHace 8 días

    i dont get the ending

  12. Hồng Anh Nguyễn

    Hồng Anh NguyễnHace 11 días

    I love this video so much!!!

  13. pazer

    pazerHace 14 días

    I don't know how to word this, but the things left unsaid in this film felt as strong as the dialogues. And sometimes silence spoke louder than the words. Incredibly nuanced performances.

  14. Juliette De Maso

    Juliette De MasoHace 16 días

    Who is she painting her for? For Herself, or as an acquisition, an object, for a distant man, love having no role.. just a job she must do, a transaction, however skillfully executed... A portrait in this context is not a piece of love, it is marketing. Non consensual, material only. The free landscapes are the scenes (paintings) where life is truly lived without acquisitional observation, where they are free, if only fleetingly in those frames. These scenes captured on canvas are open for interpretation, to the *feelings* of the viewer. Not the material desires, the feelings; pulled out from within. Evoked. Not demanded designed or scripted. When she finally paints her for herself, for them, for love, from love, the portrait is alive finally. Evocative. Lush, burning, the woman in it has agency of her own, the ability to command thought and feeling from further viewers. But she doesn’t want to paint/love her for someone else, knowing all the while it is only to give it/her away. Ah.. but not everything is fleeting. ❤️

  15. elle mariea

    elle marieaHace 16 días


  16. Anastasia Siamplidou

    Anastasia SiamplidouHace 16 días

    I loved your video cause it made me feel and understand the movie and its meaning better so thank you for that. But there are 2 scenes I didn't quite understood. I didn't get what the rules and the feelings meant about the first painting that wasn't good enough to Heloise. And what does it mean : "if it isn't close to me i can understand, but its sad that its not close to you." ? What isn't close to her? Also when Heloise said that she liked the painting that time and noticed that Marianne didn't destroy the first one because of her but that she did it for herself , I can't see if she meant that Marianne didn't actually like the first portrait or something else. And then I didn't get their fight sentences. What does it mean: H: did you want me to resist? M: yes H: are you asking me too? M:no ? To resist her love for Marianne or to resist her destiny? And what does Marianne's answer means to Heloise that makes her run away ? And then when Marianne hears that her mother is returning why does she apologized to Heloise? Pf, I'm confused...

  17. Sara Tizarlly

    Sara TizarllyHace 21 un día


  18. Bon Dai

    Bon DaiHace 23 días

    fantastic analysis!

  19. danuguay

    danuguayHace 28 días

    Why anyone is talking about the beautiful colors of this movie? one of my fav parts is when Sophie, Heloise and Marianne are picking some herbs and Each of them have clothes with the primary colors, it’s amazing!!

  20. Swaraj Kanr

    Swaraj KanrHace 28 días

    First off, I really liked this analysis and had all the same thoughts & conclusion. Except while watching this movie I was a bit confused about the apparitions of Heloise which I shrugged away as phantoms are always dressed as white. But now I understand. Also, I didn't know what role Sophie played in the movie. I thought her pregnancy didn't go anywhere with the movie. But now I understand. I found it thrilling at the beginning, endearing & at times humorous. But I still don't like it as much I wanted to. 🤷‍♂️

  21. it's eva

    it's evaHace un mes

    your voice is so soothing wth i felt like i was in a trance or smn

  22. noregrets7469

    noregrets7469Hace un mes


  23. beatriz zabalegui

    beatriz zabaleguiHace un mes

    Amazing analysis, loved every second of it

  24. Via Echavez

    Via EchavezHace un mes

    I am crying again, thanks. :(

  25. Sosso Witch

    Sosso WitchHace un mes

    This music of this movie is just amazing. All these women are singing in latin one simple phrase, "Fugere non possum", in French "je ne peux plus m'enfuir" and finaly in English "I can't run away anymore". This message, lourder an lourder as the two gazes at each other and Héloïse catch fire is absolutely amazing.

  26. BiBaBo49

    BiBaBo49Hace un mes

    One day quite recently your video popped up on my youtube screen after I had finished watching sth completely different.... and it mesmerized me right away. Wonderful! Have meanwhile become an ardent fan of Celine Sciammas work, watched all her films, 'Portrait' even several times because of its multiple layers and must thank you for guiding me there, THANK YOU!!

  27. April May

    April MayHace un mes


  28. D Math

    D MathHace un mes

    Bruv. This was fucking brilliant. It's hard to articulate why a film hits different - but after watching this analysis, I have a whole new appreciation for the film. Great film. Great analysis!

  29. Cecilia Lisbôa

    Cecilia LisbôaHace un mes

    I can’t put into words how much I love everything about this movie

  30. Natt Domingz

    Natt DomingzHace 2 meses

    OMG you missed 2 important details: First, at the bonfire scene, Marianne has a dejavu, she suddenly realizes the connection between the portrait that caught fire before which didn´t really mean anything until Heloise's dress caughts fire too. You can see the way she's STUNNED cause she doesn´t rush to help her, she just stares digesting the idea of this "prediction" coming to life and as an artist she is trying to give this a powerfull meaning. This of course got into her soul and is the reason she paints "Portrait of a lady on fire" This is like THE MOMENT. Second: If you pay attention people during this century didn't touch or even get close to each other when greeting or saying goodbye. It was a matter of respect just bending a little to salute. So when Marianne has to say goodbye to Heloise in front of her mom you can see her standing still a sec thinking how to get close to Heloise and hug her without the mother suspecting anything. Thats why she breaks all this etiquette rules and hugs the mom first (who gets shoked when Marianne gets too close) and then Heloise. Okay now I'm done :)

  31. AN M

    AN MHace 2 meses

    such a beautiful analysis, this video made me cry again. this movie is truly one of the best i have seen in years

  32. Shreyas Sanil

    Shreyas SanilHace 2 meses

    I loved this. Thank you! ❤️

  33. River Green

    River GreenHace 2 meses

    Well fuck! Here I am appreciating an incredible analysis of a film I've never watch before... I should watch it & hurt again.

  34. Mjol ninja

    Mjol ninjaHace 2 meses


  35. Tee Bee

    Tee BeeHace 2 meses

    Great analysis of the movie but your wrongful use of the word ""woman" as opposed to what you should have said at times, "women", drove me bonkers.

  36. eivom

    eivomHace 2 meses

    Beautiful film and great video

  37. dhwani vora

    dhwani voraHace 2 meses

    Great analysis! I loved the movie but this video has made me fall in love with it deeper! Kudos to you! Thanks for creating it! 😊😁

  38. eli de Catsro

    eli de CatsroHace 2 meses

    The sound of charcoal 😬

  39. eli de Catsro

    eli de CatsroHace 2 meses


  40. Nihar Baijal

    Nihar BaijalHace 2 meses

    This is an AMAZING video! Congratulations

  41. Ron Rodriguez

    Ron RodriguezHace 2 meses

    Watch this movie with slightly louder volume even if just using your headset just to imitate the theather loudness and its a totally different experience. Like ASDMR or whatever.

  42. Marlon Compagnion

    Marlon CompagnionHace 2 meses

    please search cinéphile facile she does a very good analyse with english subtile please do it

  43. bubu thecat

    bubu thecatHace 2 meses

    very insightful, that's what you get when you watch French movie, I guess. bravo

  44. procrastinartist

    procrastinartistHace 2 meses

    the way you analysed this movie is brilliant! i would love to see you do the same with the swedish movie (kyss mig) it's one of the most sensual movies about two women falling in love, one of them is out and the other is closeted and soon to be married to a man. it is definitly one of my favorite movies out there you sure definitly check it

  45. songbird 64

    songbird 64Hace 2 meses

    I’ve come to the stark realization that I’m not nearly intelligent enough to understand half of this movie. I don’t care, I still fucking loved it.

  46. Guru Nadhan

    Guru NadhanHace 2 meses

    Loved this Movie and this Video equally ❤️❤️

  47. Danielle

    DanielleHace 2 meses

    Lovely analysis

  48. crabstick250

    crabstick250Hace 2 meses

    Just lovely statements abt this film. Nice job!!

  49. María Del Rosario López

    María Del Rosario LópezHace 2 meses

    What a beautiful video! There is something i want to share because i can't stop thinking about it. Does Sophie know about their love? I mean, although she never sees them kissing or touching, there are scenes in which i feel like she realizes what is going on, she can see love through their gazes, through their eyes, and she starts to be a witness of their secret love. I just want to know other opinions.

  50. María Del Rosario López

    María Del Rosario LópezHace 2 meses

    What a beautiful video! There is something i want to share because i can't stop thinking about it. Does Sophie know about their love? I mean, although she never sees them kissing or touching, there are scenes in which i feel like she realizes what is going on, she can see love through their gazes, through their eyes, and she starts to be a witness of their secret love. I just want to know other opinions.

  51. Marie Angelie Atienza

    Marie Angelie AtienzaHace 3 meses

    This is too much! Couldnt say it better!

  52. Marie Angelie Atienza

    Marie Angelie AtienzaHace 3 meses

    we needed this. thank you. this is the real ending that we deserve.

  53. GudVybz SOLUTIONS

    GudVybz SOLUTIONSHace 3 meses

    Thank you for sharing. What a beautiful and illuminating film & analysis. Sometime I wish I had teachers like you but this is what life and art is for I guess 😊

  54. sen di

    sen diHace 3 meses

    Portrait of a Lady on fire and Call Me by Your Name are the only movies in my life that have left me with a feeling of greif, void, and existentialism. They're both amazing movies in their own ways, and i find it so hard to re-watch them both because of that weird existential sad feeling. I don't know what that feeling is called, but these two movies just have me feeling some kind of way. It hurts a lot, but i love these two movies so much. They're the only movies that changed something about me.

  55. Mooyah

    MooyahHace 3 meses

    Wow this was really well done!! Thank you

  56. Oliver Rourke

    Oliver RourkeHace 3 meses

    This film is just so great

  57. Anita Anil

    Anita AnilHace 3 meses

    This movie moved the ground beneath my feet!

  58. Screen Cheatum

    Screen CheatumHace 3 meses

    This video is great! I also took a look at Portrait of a Lady on Fire (and a couple other films), but specifically about how it uses sound to pull the audience into the relationship between the two women.

  59. Sócrates Mormont

    Sócrates MormontHace 3 meses

    i need this in spanish

  60. dpasserby

    dpasserbyHace 3 meses

    this is beautiful!

  61. Krishna g

    Krishna gHace 3 meses

    The scene where Heloise dress catches fire, When you look at carefully that scene abruptly ends.I think Helois is dead in the scene.After that whatever we see is just the memories of "Marianne" about helois.Thats why movie titled as portrait of a lady on fire.

  62. Mallika Shetty

    Mallika ShettyHace 3 meses

    Beautiful synopsis

  63. I like Music

    I like MusicHace 3 meses

    When I'm in love, I seek to memorize my partner. Their hands, their freckles, the way they talk, their laugh, the way their hair drapes across their face. I love them so much that when I'm apart from them I have them in my mind so that no matter the length of time I can gaze upon them in my memory. I think that might be why I love this film so much. Marianne seeks first to memorize Heloise so that she can paint her. After their love becomes apparent, the two seek to memorize each other before they are separated for the remainder of their lives. I don't know, I just really love this movie

  64. Beeurself49999

    Beeurself49999Hace 3 meses

    "That last scene is the reason I’m making the film. There is everything, there is surprise, thrill, a beating heart, anticipation, melancholy, focus, the blush in her cheeks, remembrance, sadness and her deepening breath. All the behaviors of a woman, you used to know well, whom you loved looking at, whom you loved, period. But there are also things you never noticed before, maybe because they are novelties, like that wrinkle in the corner of her eye, maybe because they are things you could not see before and had to discover for yourself". _Celine Sciamma

  65. A

    AHace 3 meses

    For me, im classically trained in art and art history so maybe these details have already become so normalized to me, so lost to me by now or actually because there's not enough of these details. The reality of the muse is very one sided and obsessive, a controled vision of how the artist sees the subject. It's only another canvas for the artist to use; no reciprocation left unchecked by the artist from the muse. A love of a believed and an idea in that moment, unchanging. Whereas both lovers get a say in a relationship. This is also a theme with the Orpheus myth where he as an artist gets the majority decision in bringing his lover back, not her. Perhaps there should have been more emphasis on the two together finishing the painting rather than a small hint. My issues with the film are that the references to Orpheus and the music seem so clichéd. There's the subtle details and looks like in all European films, but not enough. The time period barely affects or contributes to the plot. It seems only prevalent to the marriage plot cliché. The fire scene was amazing without exposition. The urgency of separation was underwritten neither slow burn or intense, and the final Orpheus reference makes me think of that unnecessary exposition scene. There's no hints as to what bonds them as lovers, only that they've done art together and gaze into each other's eyes. No apparent admiration for each other's quirks or talents. No "i love the way you say things" or "why do you know so many things". A historical drama perspective through a modern lens seems to protray the two as quite passive, rather than the "fate breaking" feminist icons im waiting for. Perhaps for me a film that tries alot must also be successful in everything in my eyes, which is unfair i know but necessary.

  66. Shuvam Kumar Singh 4320

    Shuvam Kumar Singh 4320Hace 2 meses

    @A i get what you are saying but thats really not Sciamma's style of filmmaking. Even in her earlier movies there is never a "happy ending". Also there is also this thing where tragic romance just works much better with general audience. I think it just comes down to personal preferences the ratio of realism vs idealism you want to see in movies.

  67. A

    AHace 2 meses

    @Shuvam Kumar Singh 4320 ehh for my the added greek myth analogy also brings in the idea of unbreakable fate which i looks bad to say you have no choice but to do this; there's no choices just suffering. Not my ideal type of feminism in which I'd hope people could break their fates and expectations.

  68. Shuvam Kumar Singh 4320

    Shuvam Kumar Singh 4320Hace 2 meses

    I actually have the total opposite reaction to the points you mentioned here. Especially path breaking feminist icons one. To me it would have made the movie more disney princess vibe that i hate in movies. The aim of the movie was to show restrictions in everyday life whether it be love, art or society itself. I think the frenchness of the movie really helped highlighting those ideas.

  69. A

    AHace 3 meses

    @Spikima Movies yeh ikr i added some extra revisions and details to my comments. But i also wanna mention that it puts me in an awkward place as a male to talk about a movie made with the intention of a female gaze focus, which i can honestly say i can't ever completely understand, as hard as i try. Historically, females in art were made in the instruction of men's gaze. I never feel easy when discussing feminist art by females, because i don't want to define something i dont understand fully.

  70. Spikima Movies

    Spikima MoviesHace 3 meses

    Interesting review. Despite the video (like really despite it), the feeling i have of this film is VERY mutual, you and I.

  71. Iree Mukhopadhyay

    Iree MukhopadhyayHace 3 meses

    I feel that everyone should watch this film, everyone. The film casts a magical spell upon anyone who watches it and tries to comprehend what the movie had wanted to portray and convey. This type of films are made very rarely( which is partly a good thing) and they truely are a blessing to cinema.

  72. Joel Murie

    Joel MurieHace 3 meses

    D O N G

  73. Shubhi yadav

    Shubhi yadavHace 3 meses

    Where can I watch this movie? Anyone ?

  74. marianne heloise

    marianne heloiseHace 4 meses

    Love it

  75. PurpleSugar56

    PurpleSugar56Hace 4 meses

    Trivia: They have been addressing each other very formally in French, even as lovers. Only when Heloise asked Marianne to turn around was when she used an intimate pronoun of 'you', implying them as equals. ❤️

  76. PurpleSugar56

    PurpleSugar56Hace 6 días

    @Emilie Gally Bonjour, French person! Sorry if it wasn't clear, but I was only referring to the interaction between Heloise and Marianne, not Sophie, like in my original post. And yes, you are right. It is implied that Marianne did get pregnant before, and so she had to ask such an intimate question.. Btw, thank you for sharing the exact quote between Sophie and Marianne. What is interesting is that even as a side character, Sophie is as important as the other two. She even has her own side story! I like how this film really is _for_ women!

  77. Emilie Gally

    Emilie GallyHace 7 días

    @PurpleSugar56 actually, there is another time where the pronoun "tu" is used. When Sophie confesses to Marianne that she's hasn't got her period in three months and is probably pregnant, Marianne asks "C'est la première fois que ça t'arrive ?" (Is this the first time this has happened to you ?) and "Tu veux un enfant ?" (Do you want a child ?). I'm french so it was very obvious to me when I saw the movie. I like the idea of using "tu"=equality. Maybe the reason she used this pronoun is because later in the film we learn that Marianne went through this as well, so she is the only who can truly relate to Sophie.

  78. Nay Rojas

    Nay RojasHace 22 días

    @PurpleSugar56 totally get it. Thanks a lot!

  79. PurpleSugar56

    PurpleSugar56Hace un mes

    @Nay Rojas _"Retournez-vous"_ would be formal but harsh..polite version would be "Veuillez vous retourner (,s'il vous plait)". And you are welcome!

  80. Andrea Aquinde

    Andrea AquindeHace un mes

    @Nay Rojas "vous" is the formal pronoun of "you", which they have been using throughout the film. When Heloise says the line "Retourne-toi", she was using the intimate form of you (which is "toi").

  81. great regods

    great regodsHace 4 meses

    Beautiful story. The actresses are speechless.

  82. great regods

    great regodsHace 4 meses

    195k views and 8.5 k likes, what is this mean. It is super hit, red carpet ..

  83. Natalie Pham

    Natalie PhamHace 3 meses


  84. Maximum Blaster

    Maximum BlasterHace 4 meses

    I loved every second of this film. The sound design in it is key also, Céline chooses (wisely) to not opt for a score, instead letting the elements take over the film filling the voids, propelling the musical section at the climax to the sky, making it so much powerful. I would just like to add one thing to this explendid analysis, and amazing comment section. On the scene when Marianne plays a song for Eloise, the composition reminded me a lot of Vermeer's painting the music lesson, and how light enters from the left to the right, landing on Eloise's face, marking her moment of enlightenment through art.

  85. Screen Cheatum

    Screen CheatumHace 3 meses

    I made a video about the way it uses sound!

  86. eli

    eliHace 4 meses

    Also, the choir of women near the bonfire starts singing "non posso fuggire" repeatedly, which means "I can't escape" which I assume refers both to their love and their destiny

  87. Steven Rumbalski

    Steven RumbalskiHace 3 meses

    Awesome, I had no idea and love this detail.

  88. Anitha Paramasivam

    Anitha ParamasivamHace 4 meses

    You didn't explain the fight between the two after she finishes the painting

  89. Paloma Valdez

    Paloma ValdezHace 4 meses

    M: Well can you swim? H: I still don't know if I can, did you see me? M: You can float. and they smile/laugh Float (stay at it is) Swim (Resist/escape) As with the analysis before this conversation, their love has already grown, and at this moment Heloise is still confused if she can swim or not even after going to the ocean. I think Marianne already knows at that moment that Heloise cannot resist/escape (swim) her faith to marry someone, so she said that Heloise could float and that's why when Heloise asked her if she's asking her to resist she said no, and maybe that's why she didn't do anything at the end? lol idk

  90. xoxo

    xoxoHace 4 meses

    Great job!

  91. Red Peacock

    Red PeacockHace 4 meses

    16:02 just look at her.l am in love 😍😔

  92. Ron Rodriguez

    Ron RodriguezHace 2 meses

    Red Peacock same here!

  93. Sara Dan Dudkowsk

    Sara Dan DudkowskHace 4 meses

    A poem inspired by Portrait de la jeune fille en feu "She didn't see me", I said But that was a lie, I know she did. Her tears told me, Her breath called out to me; Like a painter's brush Caresses the canvas, Her breath Caressed the air. I could tell That she didn't "See" see me; But her smile, as if she knew Made me think of that day When she said that she has never dreamt about me But that she has always thought About it. I'm just a poet; I'll always turn around. I would rather have you be a memory Than a sound reaching my heart.

  94. Sara Dan Dudkowsk

    Sara Dan DudkowskHace 2 meses

    @e11eight alon yes! My insta is 0serek0 if you could tag me 🥰

  95. e11eight alon

    e11eight alonHace 2 meses

    May i post this on my ig and fb (putting your initials after the poem) thanks.

  96. The Hardcore Potato

    The Hardcore PotatoHace 2 meses


  97. Hannah Mendoza

    Hannah MendozaHace 2 meses

    @Sara Dan Dudkowsk wow okay thanks again!

  98. Sara Dan Dudkowsk

    Sara Dan DudkowskHace 2 meses

    @Hannah Mendoza You're welcome, and thank you! If it's going to be a video on ESdos, you are more than welcome to tag me 🥰 Yes, it's my real name 😊

  99. frusciantechick

    frusciantechickHace 4 meses

    very in depth review. got me to subscribe. hope i wont be disappointed in future vids of yours ;-)

  100. Michael Wang

    Michael WangHace 4 meses

    The end was heartbreaking to me because Eloise did not and perhaps could not look directly at Marianne to me suggesting that she had to change and that she no longer saw Marianne figuratively after she had her child and a different life following her marriage.

  101. Goyal Saheb

    Goyal SahebHace 4 meses

    How to get complete movie downloaded.. send link

  102. Алина ф п

    Алина ф пHace 4 meses

    This is really cool. So nice to hear your thoughts and analysis. Very cool stuff.

  103. azreal629

    azreal629Hace 4 meses

    Beautiful review

  104. astrogrl1

    astrogrl1Hace 4 meses

    My opinion of the significance of p.28. 28 is the ave number of days in a menstrual cycle. Marianne gets her period. Sofie misses her period and Héloïse picks p. 28

  105. Dwide Shrude

    Dwide ShrudeHace 4 meses

    I cried several times watching this movie. The expressions performed by the actors were executed so powerfully.

  106. Luna River

    Luna RiverHace 4 meses

    I fricking want to see this movie.

  107. Pauli 15

    Pauli 15Hace 4 meses

    This was a very great analysis!

  108. Mary D'auria

    Mary D'auriaHace 4 meses

    i love that the women choir is literally singing "I can't escape" so that when Heloise gazes at Marianne deep inside she's literally crying for help. Also it could refer to Euridice (Marianne) that just can't escape the underworld and so her faith.

  109. Mary D'auria

    Mary D'auriaHace 4 meses

    @Paloma Valdez thank you! ❤️

  110. Paloma Valdez

    Paloma ValdezHace 4 meses

    i got goosebumps reading your interpretation, very well said :)

  111. Susan Kang

    Susan KangHace 4 meses

    I keep coming back to this video to listen to your insights. Thank you for sharing :)

  112. Sheila Moore

    Sheila MooreHace 4 meses

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  113. Manual Batt

    Manual BattHace 4 meses

    I was bored out of my mind ... it is soooooooo slow

  114. Natalie Pham

    Natalie PhamHace 4 meses


  115. Yukta

    YuktaHace 5 meses

    What a beautiful video about a beautiful movie

  116. Celiné JVR

    Celiné JVRHace 5 meses

    The saddest thing about everything is the fact that people don't watch foreign films and remakes tend to not capture what the original has (never)- if they ever do an English remake... this film was breath taking and the ending sent me down a rabbit hole. Ugghhh I was hooked from the moment Helosé turned around. She took my breath away with her eyes. What makes this film even greater is the fact that we are gazing at them too. (It turns into a cycle. We still think about the film and about their relationship. In the end we get to see the memories of Marianne and gaze upon her deepest secret and deepest hurt and in the end when it triumphs with the final score it is asif we have to say goodbey too.)

  117. Steven Rumbalski

    Steven RumbalskiHace 3 meses

    I hope to never see an English remake, but I do hope it inspires filmmakers. I loved the lack of male gaze. I loved that the nudity was incidental. It just showed casual intimacy and wasn't shown for eroticism. I loved that the relationship had space to grow and change, that each character was fully fleshed out. More of that please!

  118. izze powell

    izze powellHace 5 meses

    This video so beautifully explained how the movie makes you feel. Thank you for making it :)

  119. T UM

    T UMHace 5 meses

    한글 자막 너무 좋아요

  120. T UM

    T UMHace 5 meses

    Spikima Movies 앞으로도 좋은 영상 만들어주세요.^^

  121. Spikima Movies

    Spikima MoviesHace 5 meses

    봐주셔서 감사합니다 :)

  122. Lakrids Pibe

    Lakrids PibeHace 5 meses

    I still don't understand why Eurydike would command Orfeus to turn around? What would be her motive? It's a version of the story where she's less passive, and has more control, but why would she do it?

  123. astrogrl1

    astrogrl1Hace 4 meses

    Since this came from Héloïse... let’s apply her situation. What if Eurydice is a lesbian who was forced into a marriage with Orpheus. And she she told him to turn around know his ‘male gaze’ would kill her. And she just didn’t want to be with him. That is what Héloïse was implying to Marianne. Héloïse was ‘self projecting’ herself to the situation, knowing Marianne would be intelligent enough to pick up on it.

  124. Daniel Nobre

    Daniel NobreHace 5 meses

    Love this interview and I also created my own personal review of "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" and in case you guys would like to check it out after watching this video here first here it is my link: Thank You.

  125. Ophelia Descending

    Ophelia DescendingHace 5 meses

    I loved the way the film gradually builds up the multi-dimensional equality and how the plot reflects the gentle and yet passionate love throughout, without adding vulgar sex scenes to please male gaze. It made it all more real.

  126. No mundo da Drika

    No mundo da DrikaHace 5 meses


  127. Siddhi Dalvi

    Siddhi DalviHace 5 meses

    This movie is a Masterpiece I saw it last night and can't stop thinking about it.I know it's a far fetched idea but could these two actually have a future together if Helonise had resisted or can they meet again in the future.I like tragedies but this ending is too much to bear never had I wanted two fictional characters to stay together this much!!

  128. dad

    dadHace 5 meses

    This was beautifully made. Very good job! Keep it up!

  129. Rohan Parekh

    Rohan ParekhHace 5 meses

    So beautifully you've explained it. Really loved it so much. ❤️❤️❤️

  130. Nia Cao

    Nia CaoHace 5 meses

    Can anyone explain the drugs and the armpits scene? I'm confused. Why did they make love rubbing the armpit?

  131. Elisa

    ElisaHace 5 meses

    this video really encapsulates several of the most important parts of this beautiful film, i loved it. thank you for your work

  132. Ruth Moore

    Ruth MooreHace 5 meses

    Thanks for this. It was a much richer experience while listening to you explain throughout the film. I will look at portraits with more consideration in the future.

  133. Brooks W

    Brooks WHace 5 meses

    Fantastic. I learned so much. Thank you for making this!