SONG TO SONG | VIDEO TRAILER | BANDE-ANNONCE DU FILM
Richard Brody, The New Yorker: "...an associative freedom that makes almost all other movies look, by comparison, like the stodgiest vestiges of filmed theatre. (...) Within the shifting romantic triangle of “Song to Song,” Terrence Malick develops an overwhelming, rapturous variety of visual experience". "Malick makes art—his art—the subject of the film.... This seventy-three-year-old filmmaker looks to the heart of his own inspiration, his own impulses, and creates a cinema that, with the creative command of his own life experience, feels more exuberantly youthful than that of most Sundance phenoms."
Love, Obsession, Betrayal
Terrence MALICK | 2017
Natalie Portman, Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender
In this modern love story set against the Austin, Texas music scene, two entangled couples – struggling songwriters Faye (Rooney Mara) and BV (Ryan Gosling), and music mogul Cook (Michael Fassbender) and the waitress whom he ensnares (Natalie Portman) – chase success through a rock ‘n’ roll landscape of seduction and betrayal.
SONG TO SONG (Chant à Chant) - SORTIE FRANCE 12 JUILLET 2017 - "Amour. Obsession. Trahison." - "Dans cette histoire d’amour moderne se déroulant sur la scène musicale d’Austin, au Texas, deux couples – composés d’un côté de la parolière Faye (Rooney Mara) et d’un chanteur (Ryan Gosling), et de l’autre d’un magnat de l’industrie musicale (Michael Fassbender) et d’une serveuse qu’il entretient (Natalie Portman) - sont en quête de succès dans cet univers rock’n’roll fait de séduction et de trahison."
Song to Song - B-roll
Song to Song - Featurette
Nicolas Gonda (producer) evoke SONG TO SONG in this interview for AustinWay.
"Knight of Cups was the first time that Terry was really embracing the modern world in a metropolitan city. Here, he’s going even farther into very modern relationships and modern existences and modern forms of love. With such a philosophical mind like he has and a tenacity to explore the unexplored, there was so much more to film. Throw Terrence Malick in the middle of ACL, and you’re going to see a lot of things that even the average person wouldn’t see in terms of the symbolism and imagery.
(...) as with every Terrence Malick movie, there’s a very rich plot in these relationships between deep characters. They reveal elements of love—and relationships with love—that will probably strike a universal chord.
(...) What’s really exciting is that in the history of cinema and where we are today, in a time when so many stories and narratives have been told, it’s very difficult to rearrange a narrative in a way that is new and innovative. It’s really the language of film that is evolving, and Terry is at the forefront of that. Somebody who back in the beginning of his career in the '70s was pushing forward the language of cinema and how it can continue to involve—here he is in 2017 continuing to do that. I think what people will find in Song to Song is that there’s yet another verse in this language of cinema that he’s helping to write, and it’s something that really only he could do because it’s so unique to his style. It’s incredible to see somebody that courageous really pushing forward such a vision at a time like this. We encourage people, as always, to come in with an open mind and an open heart, and we expect they’ll find that there’s parts of their consciousness that are awakened by the themes and messages in this film."