Nori Claude

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Nori Claude
Stromboli. Contrejour, 2015. In 1989 and 1990, Claude Nori set off to Stromboli in the footsteps of Roberto Rosselini and Ingrid Bergman for a journey of love and a photographic tribute to this mythical film, resulting in a violent and passionate work that gave rise to a book published in 1991. In 1949, Roberto Rosselini was already in love with Ingrid Bergman, a Swedish actress living in Hollywood, married and just coming out of a romance with Robert Capa, the famous photojournalist who, with Henri Cartier-Bresson, founded the Magnum agency. In 1949, Ingrid Bergman had seen Roberto Rossellini's two films Païsa and Roma città aperta. She adored them and sent him a declaration of love, to which the director responded by offering to shoot in Stromboli, on a black-and-white island dominated by an erupting crater, in order to extract her from the world and have her all to himself in the fury of the volcano and the harshness of its inhabitants. A reprint was in order. And so it is. Claude Nori decided to re-edit the book, selecting a number of new photographs and proposing a new layout, accompanied by a preface by Alain Bergala, critic at Cahiers du cinéma, filmmaker and author of numerous works on Rossellini, Kiarostami and Godard. Text in French, 72 pages. Brand new, in original plastic wrapper. Publisher: Contrejour
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