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Tiresia: A French Film Inspired by Greek Mythology

Tiresia is a 2003 French film directed by Bertrand Bonello and starring Laurent Lucas, Clara Choveaux and Thiago TelÃs. The film is loosely based on the myth of Tiresias, a blind prophet who was transformed into a woman for seven years. The film follows the story of a Brazilian transsexual prostitute named Tiresia, who is kidnapped by a deranged poet and forced to live as a woman. When Tiresia loses her eyesight, she develops a gift of prophecy and attracts the attention of a nun who tries to help her.

The film was released on DVD in 2004 by XviD -27, a company that specializes in distributing independent and foreign films. The DVD features English subtitles and a commentary track by the director. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who praised its cinematography and performances, but criticized its slow pace and lack of coherence. The film was nominated for several awards, including the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival and the CÃsar Award for Best Music Written for a Film.Here is a possible continuation of the article with html formatting for the keyword "Tiresia 2003 DVDRip XviD -27":

The film explores themes of identity, gender, sexuality, violence, and prophecy through a nonlinear narrative that shifts between past and present. The film also draws parallels between the myth of Tiresias and the contemporary issues of transphobia and homophobia. The film's title refers to both the name of the protagonist and the ancient Greek word for "blind".

The film received mixed reactions from audiences and critics, who praised its originality and artistic vision, but also found it confusing and disturbing. Some viewers were offended by the graphic scenes of rape, mutilation, and nudity, while others appreciated the film's boldness and sensitivity. The film has been compared to other works by Bonello, such as On War (2008) and House of Tolerance (2011), as well as to films by Pedro AlmodÃvar, David Lynch, and Lars von Trier.Here is a possible continuation of the article with html formatting for the keyword "Tiresia 2003 DVDRip XviD -27":

Tiresia is a film that challenges the conventional notions of gender and identity, and invites the viewers to question their own perceptions and prejudices. The film is not a straightforward adaptation of the myth, but rather a reinterpretation that uses the myth as a metaphor for the contemporary world. The film is also a reflection on the role of art and beauty in a society that is marked by violence and intolerance. The film is a provocative and poetic work that offers a unique and complex vision of human nature.Here are a few more paragraphs with html formatting for the keyword "Tiresia 2003 DVDRip XviD -27":

The film's style is characterized by a contrast between realism and surrealism, as well as by a use of music and silence. The film's soundtrack features songs by Albin de la Simone and Laurie Markovitch, as well as classical pieces by Bach and Mozart. The film's cinematography is also notable for its use of natural light and dark colors, creating a somber and atmospheric mood. The film's editing is also unconventional, as it uses flashbacks and flash-forwards to create a fragmented and nonlinear narrative.

The film's cast consists of mostly unknown actors, who deliver natural and convincing performances. Laurent Lucas plays the role of Terranova, the obsessed and violent poet who kidnaps Tiresia. Clara Choveaux and Thiago TelÃs play the role of Tiresia, before and after the transformation. CÃlia Catalifo plays the role of Anna, the compassionate nun who takes care of Tiresia. Alex Descas plays the role of Marignac, a police officer who investigates the case. Lou Castel plays the role of Charles, a blind man who befriends Tiresia. 9160f4acd4


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