The Power of the Dog: in Venice, the cinema lesson of Jane Campion

CRITICAL – With his first feature film since 2009, a western produced for Netflix (broadcast on the platform on 1er December), the New Zealander, in the running for the Golden Lion, recalls that she is a great filmmaker.

Venice rolls out the red carpet at Netflix which pays it back. The streaming platform is used for the Mostra on a set of authors whose reputation is well established. It was made in movie theaters, this holdover from the old world. Netflix thus arrives on the lagoon with “content” that changes from the all-comer of its catalog (without offending Jean-Claude Van Damme). The Power of the Dog, by New Zealander Jane Campion, God’s hand, by the Italian Paolo Sorrentino, just like The Lost Daughter, the first production of actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, which has just been purchased by the site, are in the running for the Golden Lion this year.

The Power of the Dog, presented to the press late Wednesday afternoon, recalled that Campion was a great filmmaker and that her films deserved to be seen on the big screen. It is the first feature film since 2009 (Brightstar) of the one who remains the first woman winner of the Palme d’Or (The Piano Lesson, 1993) but who

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