Marguerite Duras — Born Marguerite Donnadieu French short fiction writer, novelist, playwright, scriptwriter, and essayist.
I saw a movie about a wall street, very financially fit older gentleman, looks between 50 - 60 yrs. He sells everything he owns, moves into a small apartment in blue collar area. Across the hall is a young woman unemployed and he hires her be his aide. What the gentleman does is go out looking for people to secretly assist whether its money, food, or lodging.
He starts teaching the young lady assist what to look for, and gets her ready to take over because it turns out he's dying of cancer. He has his young lady attorney and her meet to get the future off without issues.
How do we get the answer if found. A colonial times movie that I saw around or A woman goes and sits on the edge of a bed and this other woman walks up to her and unties her bonnet and takes it off, caresses her face. Then proceeds to unbutton her dress 20th November Answer this A baudy period piece from the 70s.
Parts I remember include a woman undressing in a carriage and throwing clothes out the window for a man to follow. Also includes a large manor house that has a line drawn on the floor dividing it in two.
I have been searching for ages to find a drama that I watched in school, back in when I was 11 and studying about Victorians, so I have a feeling it miiight be by BBC. I think the drama also either looked cheaply made or was slightly dated.
Also, I have looked to see if it could have been Downstairs upstairs, and I don't think it was that. It was about a maid who was wrongly accused for stealing when another maid lied and told on her for something she actually did herself, resulting for the main character to lose her job.
I think she stole jewelry and hid it and the main character found it She was on the streets for some time before meeting a photographer.
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|Berlin Alexanderplatz||Youth[ edit ] Duras was born Marguerite Donnadieu on April 4,in Gia-Dinh  near to SaigonCochinchinaFrench Indochina now Vietnam ; she was the only daughter of two teachers who had responded to a campaign by the French government encouraging French people to settle in the colony.|
Towards the end, I think she married him and they went on to have children. Then the main character's child or baby was in the road or something when they were talking and the woman saved them as a horse came and she sacrificed herself, getting ran over before telling the main character she was sorry for accusing her of stealing before she died.
Parts might be a bit wrong but that was the basic story I do remember very clearly a scene where the photographer was showing the main character how to use the telephone because it was a new invention at the time and she was afraid of it because how new it all was.
Thanks for looking and any suggestions of what this could be would be greatly appreciated!French literature - Approaching the 21st century: During the student revolt in May , streets, factories, schools, and universities became the stage for a spontaneous performance aimed at subverting bourgeois culture (a show with no content, occluding real life, according to Guy Debord, La Société du spectacle, ; The Society of the Spectacle).
Marguerite Donnadieu, better known as Marguerite Duras (pronounced [maʀgəʁit dyˈʁas] in French) (April 4, – March 3, ) was a French writer and film director. She was born at Gia-Dinh, near Saigon, French Indochina (now Vietnam), after her parents responded to a campaign by the French government encouraging people to work in the /5.
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Marguerite Duras is a fine writer and whilst I quite enjoyed this novella I found the style rather strange.
Perhaps the translation adds to this. Marguerite Duras’ The Lover is a semi-autobiographical story of forbidden love between a year-old French girl and her year-old Chinese lover, the son of a millionaire.
The nameless young /5().