The Mother and the Whore | Chicago Reader

The Mother and the Whore

217 minutes

A major work, not because of its exhausting length (217 minutes) or the audacity, brilliance, and total originality of its language, but because of writer-editor-director Jean Eustache's breathtaking honesty and accuracy in portraying the sexual and intellectual mores of its era. This 1973 film "explains" Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris, vividly and compellingly dramatizing the confusions, uncertainties, and complexities of thoroughly modern human relationships. With Jean-Pierre Leaud, Francoise Lebrun, Bernadette Lafont, and Isabelle Weingarten.

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