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Nana (1955 film)

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Nana
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Directed byChristian-Jaque
Written byChristian-Jaque
Screenplay byJean Ferry
Albert Valentin
Based onNana
by Émile Zola
Produced byJacques Roitfeld
StarringCharles Boyer
Martine Carol
CinematographyChristian Matras
Edited byJacques Desagneaux
Music byGeorges Van Parys
Release date
  • 25 July 1955 (1955-07-25) (France)
Running time
120 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
LanguageFrench

Nana is a French-Italian film by Christian-Jaque starring Martine Carol and Charles Boyer. An adaptation of the 1880 novel Nana by Émile Zola, it tells the story of two French aristocrats who are fatally ruined by their obsession for Nana, a mediocre actress and prostitute. Using the ancient theme of a worthless woman beguiling powerful men, the film portrays the moral corruption of the nominally Catholic court and nobility under the Second Empire.

Plot

Nana, who appears nightly at a downmarket Parisian theatre where her impudence and the scantiness of her costumes make up for her lack of dramatic talent, supplements her income by assignations with admirers. She catches the eye of Muffat, a faithful Catholic husband who is a trusted aide of the Emperor. By perseverance and heavy expenditure, he makes her his exclusive mistress in a palatial private residence. His wife leaves him, his daughter's fiancé breaks off their engagement, and his fortune has gone.

Vandeuvres, his most persistent rival, imports a promising filly and bets heavily on her first race. Sure of a major coup, he persuades Nana to join him at the railway station for Italy. The horse wins and Nana starts packing her bags but, when the stewards find that the losing horse was doped, Vandeuvres commits suicide. Going round to Nana's mansion, Muffat finds her about to depart and, when she says she is leaving him for Vandeuvres, he strangles her.

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