in comes this mysterious Frenchman Adrien (Pierre Niney) who’s been laying flowers at Frantz grave, not knowing who he is … Watch the film trailer for "Frantz," starring Pierre Niney and Paula Beer.

The movie commences in 1919 in the village of Quedlinburg in western Saxony-Anhalt. The prolific French film-maker tones down his often colourful palette to offer a loose adaptation of the 1932 Ernst Lubitsch drama Broken Lullaby, anchored beautifully by German actor Paula Beer The German actress Paula Beer has already worked with some of the greatest European directors in the history of contemporary cinema. [1] Es la hija única de padres artistas plásticos, con cultivación en pintura abstracta.. Filmografía. Classic in its pre-technicolor cinema qualities aesthetics; classic in the choice of the actors and their very specific looks seen in classic films; classic in his use of the ‘unconventional love story’. Synopsis: In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious French man who visits the fiance's grave to lay flowers. The film is perhaps the epitome of neoclassic perfection. In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fiancé's grave to lay flowers. Directed by François Ozon. O ld before her time, it is said of Paula Beer, which is meant as a compliment. At once graceful and and gripping, it is an intimate and timely exploration of healing and forgiveness across European borders.

Paula Beer (Berlín, 1 de febrero de de 1995) es una actriz alemana.
In 1919 Germany, a young woman named Anna (newcomer Paula Beer) mourns her fiancé Frantz’s death, but who is the tearful Frenchman (Pierre Niney) visiting his grave with flowers? Ozon unveils the story of Frantz, and then the story of Anna (Paula Beer) and Adrien (Pierre Niney) unravel. but the cold war had better ideas for their plans. Now she’s won the award for Best Young Actress at the Venice Film Festival for her role in Frantz, the latest film by François Ozon. Es el final de la Primera Guerra Mundial. 2010: Poll de Chris Kraus: Oda von Siering; 2012: Ludwig II. With Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner, Marie Gruber. Paula Beer Photos - Actress Paula Beer, fashion detail, attends the photocall of 'Frantz' during the 73rd Venice Film Festival at Palazzo del Casino on September 3, 2016 in Venice, Italy. Título original: Frantz. Page officielle de Frantz, réalisé par François Ozon avec Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner, Marie Grüber, Yohann von Bülow, Anton von Lucke. Sinopsis: Una pequeña ciudad alemana, poco tiempo después de la I Guerra Mundial. Photo: Films Distribution Paula Beer Photos - Actress Paula Beer, fashion detail, attends the photocall of 'Frantz' during the 73rd Venice Film Festival at Palazzo del Casino on September 3, 2016 in Venice, Italy. Original title: Frantz.
Una película dirigida por François Ozon con Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner, Marie Gruber. Anna (Paula Beer) grieves for her late fiancé Frantz, and tends his grave. Frantz es una película dirigida por François Ozon con Paula Beer, Pierre Niney, Johann von Bülow, Marie Gruber, .... Año: 2016. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns the death of her fiancé, Frantz Hoffmeister who was killed during World War I.One day while leaving flowers on his grave, she sees a Frenchman, Adrien Rivoire, (Pierre Niney) do the same. “Frantz” is the story of Anna (Paula Beer) who is grieving for her loved one Frantz. 9 talking about this. Shot with stunning black-and-white photography, Frantz is a masterfully told story of romance, grief and guilt featuring two remarkable lead performances from newcomers Paula Beer and Pierre Niney. who was supposed to me married. Anna (Paula Beer) mourns the death of her fiancé, Frantz Hoffmeister who was killed during World War I.One day while leaving flowers on his grave, she sees a Frenchman, Adrien Rivoire, (Pierre Niney) do the same. 9 talking about this.

His fiancée Anna (Paula Beer, a standout performance) is the film’s main character. Frantz, para la que François Ozon escogió a Paula Beer por su parecido con Romy Schneider y por la melancolía que transmitía, nos transporta al desenlace de la Primera Guerra Mundial.