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搖滾女玫瑰

Oh Les Filles!
導演

法蘭索瓦・亞曼雷特 François ARMANET

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保6
國際首映

法國 France | 2019 | DCP | Colour | 79min

影片介紹

法國搖滾女史,劈頭就從伊迪絲・琵雅芙談起,接續 Brigitte Fontaine、夏綠蒂・甘斯柏、凡妮莎・帕拉迪絲等 10 位法國樂壇重量級女性樂手的深度訪談,並梳理史料。論述音樂如何改變世界之餘,更導入關於聲音與身體如何合流顛覆主流意識的主題。一眾搖滾女將扛起整個法語世界的流行、龐克以及實驗搖滾的大旗,本片更呈現一代又一代的樂手,如何前仆後繼地以女體、膚色,甚至疾病等身體政治元素,作為衝撞主流男性保守思維的動力來源。

What if French Rock was born with Edith Piaf? From sweet sixties pop to today’s gender-indifferent anthems, from feminist rebels of the seventies to fashion icons of the social media age, from Françoise Hardy to Christine & The Queens, via Vanessa Paradis, Catherine Ringer, Charlotte Gainsbourg and many more, Oh Les Filles! (2019) tells the untold story of French female rock stars. Welcome to France, the land where women rock!

導演
法蘭索瓦・亞曼雷特 François ARMANET
導演介紹

法蘭索瓦・亞曼雷特,1951 年生於法國。為一名新聞工作者,曾效力《解放報》和《新觀察家週刊》,亦曾參與功夫電影百科全書《Ciné King Fu》的編寫工作。2002 年自編自導劇情片《La bande du drugstore》入選柏林影展。

François ARMANET is a multitalented writer, editor, director. He is a contributor to Libération, and chief editor to Le Nouvel Observateur (1989-1998 and 2002-2019) as well as the author of Ciné Kung Fu (1988) and the writer-director of La Bande du Drugstore (2002).

2019 坎城影展 Cannes

導演的話

風雨交如磐的天空,飛機的渦輪螺旋槳轟隆作響,一記塞爾當的上鉤拳,如星群般的碎片殘骸,一襲黑色小禮服。1949年10月28日,素有「摩洛哥轟炸手」的馬塞爾.塞爾飛往他心愛之人,伊迪絲.琵雅芙所在的紐約市,他所乘坐的飛機卻在途中墜毀於葡萄牙亞速爾群島。那一夜,琵雅芙為拳擊手愛人慟哭時,〈Mon Dieu〉也因由而生。

如果歷史將1954年貓王的〈傷心旅館〉定調為搖滾樂的誕生,那麼來自美麗城的歌后琵雅芙詮唱的方式;這種普世共感的懇求樂調,便是為搖滾樂熱情所進行的洗禮。那些使搖滾得以成為世紀代表性的音樂元素都在這首歌曲之中:憂鬱的輓歌、一見鍾情的狂戀、深夜之中的呻吟吶喊。〈我無怨無悔〉裡受創的身體與靈魂,壯麗而極美的〈La Foule〉,代表著女人、愛情與死亡的〈愛的禮讚〉。

今日法國搖滾可說是名符其實。嶄露頭角的藝術家盡是女性。在處於質疑跨性別者、支持蒙昧主義與性別歧視恐怖主義的時代裡,她們的實踐颳起陣陣政治狂熱的風浪。從琵雅芙到新一代的文化代表人物,嶄新的光芒照亮了搖滾樂的歷史。

在《搖滾女玫瑰》裡,觀眾唯一會聽到的聲音是女性的聲音,這些從60年代至今的十位法國女性代表歌手。透過與這些生來締造傳奇的人物的訪問,以及穿插她們耀眼到令人無法直視的現場演奏畫面,加上法國女星克蕾曼絲波西的旁白,《搖滾女玫瑰》扭轉了法國音樂的局勢並逆轉出截然不同的視角。歡迎來到女性搖滾之地!

The rumble of a turboprop plane in a stormy sky, a Cerdan uppercut, the débris of a Constellation, a little black dress. On October 28, 1949, the plane carrying Marcel Cerdan, the «Moroccan bombardier,» toward his beloved Edith Piaf in New York City crashes on the Azores. That evening, Piaf weeps for her boxer-lover as she launches into Mon Dieu.


If history book date the birth of rock’n’roll to Elvis’s Heartbreak Hotel in 1954, this universal plea sung by Piaf, the Belleville diva, is the baptismal act of rock passion. Everything that has made rock the music of the century is there: bluesy lament, love at first sight, a scream in the night. Body and soul broken in Rien de rien, the gloriously sublime Emportés par la foule. A Hymne à l’amour that is all woman, love and death.


Now French rock lives up to that claim. The up-and-coming artists are women. In an age of transgender questioning, obscurantism and sexist terrorism, they are a wind of politically charged Vie en rose blowing up a gale. From Piaf to the new generation of cultural figureheads, a new light shines on the history of the genre.


The only voices to be heard in Oh les filles! are those of women—ten iconic French singers from the 60s to the present day: Françoise Hardy, Brigitte Fontaine, Elli Medeiros, Vanessa Paradis, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Imany, Jeanne Added, Lou Doillon, Jehnny Beth and Camélia Jordana. Alternating interviews with these history-makers and incandescent gigs, all tied together by the voiceover of Clémence Poésy, Oh les filles! turns the tables and plays on the reversal of perspectives. Welcome to the land of the rockeuses!

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