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Nana (1926 film)

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Nana
Nana (1926 film).jpg
Directed byJean Renoir
Produced byPierre Braunberger
Written byPierre Lestringuez
Jean Renoir
Émile Zola (novel)
StarringCatherine Hessling
Werner Krauss
Jean Angelo
Music byMaurice Jaubert
CinematographyJean Bachelet
Edmund Corwin
Edited byJean Renoir
Production
company
Les Films Jean Renoir
Distributed byLes Établissements Braunberger-Richebé
Release date
25 June 1926
Running time
150 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Nana is a 1926 French silent drama film directed by Jean Renoir and starring Catherine Hessling, Werner Krauss and Jean Angelo. It was Renoir's second full-length film and is based on the 1880 novel by Émile Zola.

It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and the Neuilly Studios in Paris. The film's sets were designed by the art director Claude Autant-Lara.

Plot

A government official, Count Muffat, falls under the spell of Nana, a young actress. She becomes his mistress, living in the sumptuous apartment which he provides for her. Instead of elevating herself to Muffat's level, however, Nana drags the poor man down to hers - in the end, both lives have been utterly destroyed.

Production

The film stars Renoir's wife, Catherine Hessling, in an eccentric performance as the flawed heroine Nana.

Jean Renoir's film is a fairly faithful adaptation of Émile Zola's classic novel. The film's extravagances include two magnificent set pieces – a horse race and an open air ball. The film never made a profit, and the commercial failure of the film robbed Renoir of the opportunity to make such an ambitious film again for several years.

Cast

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