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In return, the artist bequeathed him part of his collections in 1693. "[8], The soundtrack was composed by Peter Gregson. "[38] David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter felt that "This decently acted film is agreeable entertainment, even if it works better on a scene by scene basis than in terms of overall flow. Sabine goes to court again, where Duc de Lauzun introduces her to the king's mistress, the Marquise de Montespan, who in turn introduces her to the women of the court. [21][22] The first poster and another trailer were released on 20 January 2015. "[8], On 17 January 2013, it was announced that Kate Winslet and Matthias Schoenaerts had been cast as the leads in the film. Nor is there a shortage of dramatic stuff as Le Nôtre’s wife (Helen McCrory) attempts to sabotage the garden project. Rating: Mature audiences (sex scenes); 117 minutes. After all the interviews, André mulls over the candidates, oppressed by the weight of the king's expectations. [6], Production began in March 2013. As a striking commoner, artlessly beautiful and fearlessly honest, Sabine attracts attention at court, and is befriended by the King's brother Duc Philippe d'Orleans and his wife Elizabeth Charlotte, Princess Palatine. At the Versailles garden site, Sabine is visited by Françoise, who tells her that André's interest in her is only a whim and will prove short-lived. As a director, you see everything somehow. André finds Sabine in the grip of this memory, evoked by her conversation with the ladies of the court and her intense night with him, and he convinces her to stop blaming herself for their deaths. The story was conceived by Allison Deegan, who co-wrote the screenplay along with Rickman and Jeremy Brock. Louis XIV, the Palace of Versailles, absolute monarchy… Why don’t we take a closer look at the emergence of the nation state in early modern France? She races after the carriage, and when she tries to block the carriage in the road, it veers off track and topples down a steep hill, killing both father and daughter. He was given a title in 1675 and enjoyed not only the king’s favour but also his friendship – something that was extremely rare – until the end. "[35] At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the film holds an average score of 51, based on 21 reviews, which indicates "mixed or average reviews". He shows her the door, and she leaves disheartened. He invites her to travel with him and his court to the Palace of Fontainebleau. His work in 1656-1661 for Fouquet at Vaux-le-Vicomte earned him fame and fortune. They converse about the nature of the rose and its life cycle, beauty, hardships, and death, and the gardener's responsibilities — all of it Sabine's veiled defense of Madame de Montespan, who has begun to lose the king's favor. Le Nôtre worked in the service of the monarchy from 1635, starting his career as gardener to Gaston, Duke of Orléans, Louis XIV’s uncle. Sabine affirms her respect for his work but suggests that she would like to create something uniquely French rather than follow classical and renaissance styles. Moody hunk André le Nôtre (Matthias Schoenaerts) interviews a bunch of wigs for a gardening job at Versailles. [33] Focus Features finally gave the film a theatrical and VOD release simultaneously in United States on 26 June 2015. The next morning, Sabine works vigorously to mend some of the damage done by the storm and flood. [16], BBC Films revealed footage from the film as part of their BBC Films Sizzle Showreel 2013 on 25 November 2013. Responsible for the most beautiful gardens of the 17th century, he made Versailles his greatest masterpiece, earning himself a large fortune and international fame. André quietly endures the infidelities of his wife Françoise, who insists that her husband's success is founded on her influence at court. The film was financed by Lionsgate UK and produced by BBC Films. "[43], Some of the film's characters are fictional, including Kate Winslet's Sabine de Barra. After Sabine dances with the king, she and André leave the others and walk into the garden together. After they both have left the site, Françoise's lover opens the sluice gates from the reservoir in the middle of a powerful storm and floods the work site, destroying much of the earthworks. [3][4], The film generated mixed reviews from critics, with the performances from the cast being highly praised. It's about how one world maintains the other, often at the cost of women. Another competitor and an acquaintance of hers, Thierry Duras, intervenes and offers the use of his crew. Prior to leaving, he reveals to Sabine that he has a mistress. "[7] Rickman said: "The film is not just frills at the wrists and collars. It was the second film directed by Rickman, after his 1997 directorial debut The Winter Guest. [1] Veigar Margeirsson's 2008 composition "Rise above" was used in the trailer of the film but was not part of soundtrack album,[17] which was released by Milan Records on 16 April 2015. "[11], Despite being set in France, complete filming took place in England. [31], It was initially set for a theatrical release on 27 March 2015 in the United States[32] but it was later pulled out. [9] Rickman had Winslet in mind for the lead role of Sabine de Barra and continued with her when two weeks into shooting, Winslet announced that she was pregnant. It can be used without an Internet connection. While he can get performances out of the actors, he lacks command of pacing and plot. "[37] Mark Adams in his review for Screen International said, "the film is a gracefully made delight, replete with lush costumes, fruity performances, love amongst the flowerbeds and even a little mild peril. This skilful balance between the symmetry of straight paths and the fantastical design of planted spaces was more or less closely applied in the gardener’s other major creations, such as Saint-Cloud for Monsieur, Louis XIV’s brother (1665), Sceaux for Colbert (1670-77), and Clagny for Madame de Montespan (1674). He explained that "the only way I could do it was because in a way, he's like a director, Louis, so you kind of keep the same expression on your face. Among the wigs is the blatan… “Your majesty, I’ve stink in my linen,” he tells Louis XIV (Alan Rickman). Palacefrom 9:00 am to 5:30 pmclosed on Mondays, Estate of Trianonfrom 12:00 pm to 5:30 pmclosed on Mondays, Coach Galleryfrom 12:30 pm to 5:30 pmclosed on Mondays, + 33 1 30 83 78 00price of a call to France, Musical Fountains Shows and Musical Gardens, André Le Nôtre in perspectives an interactive site as part of the exhibition in 2013, Research centre of the Palace of Versailles. The film is set in 1682, but André Le Nôtre began work at Versailles in 1661. The landscape gardener made full use of all the water sources and played with light and shade by creating shady spaces (groves) alongside lighter areas (parterres). [13][14][12] Filming ended on 8 June 2013 in Richmond, London. [5] The film was financed by the Lionsgate UK and produced by BBC Films. [10] In addition to directing, Rickman took the role of King Louis XIV. 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Trellises and arbours formed walls of greenery that strengthened perspectives, while diagonal or winding alleys led to groves designed to surprise visitors. Queen Maria Theresa dies suddenly. André's plans had called for a constant supply of water from a distance at great expense, but Sabine devises another engineering solution: a reservoir from which water can be continuously recycled through the fountains. Yes it lacks real dramatic edge and may be seen as a typical British period costume film, but it is also a classily made pleasure that will delight its target audience. Producer Zygi Kamasa of Lionsgate said that "we are delighted to be working with the best of British actors and directors like Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman as we move forward in doubling our investment in British films in 2014. [23] On 11 June 2015, another scene from the film featuring Stanley Tucci was released. [30] It had a theatrical release in Australia on 26 March 2015 and in UK on 17 April 2015. Sabine nearly drowns trying to close the gate, and André helps pull her from the gushing water. [15], According to Rickman, filming "wasn't easy, though; throwing Kate into freezing water at 1 a.m., the carriage crash, scenes with 80 extras, tight schedules in venues like Blenheim Palace. A Little Chaos is a 2014 British period drama film directed by Alan Rickman.The story was conceived by Alison Deegan who co-wrote the screenplay along with Rickman and Jeremy Brock.The film stars Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts, Alan Rickman, Stanley Tucci, Helen McCrory, Steven Waddington, Jennifer Ehle and Rupert Penry-Jones.The film was financed by Lionsgate UK and produced by BBC Films. It's like a huge all-encompassing eye that sees everything, and it's able to cherry pick; ‘Move that,’ ‘Don't do that,’ ‘Do it this way,’ ‘Change this colour.’ And I don't know where that comes from, but it does, once you're given the job, and I have a feeling Louis probably would've been a great film director.

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