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Nana

Nana

Jean Renoir / FR, 1926 / 120 min.

This pricey film adaptation of Émile Zola's novel about a frivolous young woman and the men she destroys both materially and morally, was originally accompanied by classical music, with fragments by Jacques Offenbach and others. 

Poster Nana

Composer Baudime Jam, who specialises in silent film scores, wrote a new score for Nana, which he will perform with his string quartet Prima Vista and pianist Carmen Martínez-Pierret.

Tickets are on sale from Muziekgebouw, where this screening takes place.

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Director

Jean Renoir

Production year

1926

Country

FR

Original title

Nana

Length

120 min.

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Eye on Sound

What would Sergio Leone’s films be without Ennio Morricone’s world-renowned scores? And what remains of Blade Runner without Vangelis’ unworldly synthesizers? Who doesn’t immediately think of Miles Davis’ languid nocturnal jazz in the case of Ascenseur pour l’échafaud? Music and sound are an essential part of the cinematic experience. In fact, they are vital to the experience of film.

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Still from Nana

Still from Nana

Still from Nana

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