“The Lacemaker” Is Great (But Not Accessible Enough)

Will the following film ever be out on DVD or Blu-Ray, and not just VHS?

Directed by Claude Goretta, the 1977 French film, The Lacemaker, offers lovely images, lovely music, lovely nude scenes (it’s true), and a compassionate script.  Its plot concerns a doomed romance between a well-to-do student and a shy working-class girl, and its theme is failure:  the failure of the young, the failure of amor, the failure of sex, even psychical failure.  Starring Isabelle Huppert and Yves Beneyton, it is, to me, Gallic art at its finest.

 

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