Through ‘The Lost Daughter’ on Netflix, Maggie Gyllenhaal reveals the bisexuality of mothers

In her first behind-the-camera debut, the American actress expected the exact and disturbing adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel. The movie has been available on Netflix since December 31.

“Exciting and dangerous.” These were, according to new country state Maggie Gyllenhaal’s first words after it closed stolen doll A novel by Elena Ferrante published in 2006 (translated by Gallimard in 2009). Soon, the American actress decided to send, through her editor, a long letter to the Italian novelist, whose true identity remains secret. She had a feeling for it: the book contained as disturbing and disturbing film material as Ferrante’s prose.

this movie, lost daughter It has been available on Netflix since December 31. It is Maggie Gyllenhaal’s first feature film as a director and the first English film adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel (her famous story). great friend It was the subject of a series filmed in the Neapolitan dialect).

to Atlantic Ocean, the missing daughter constitutes a tour of force, to a large extent Ferrante’s language stolen doll It seemed difficult to transfer it to the screen. Lida’s narrator’s words Streams in a series of frantic, dream-like sentences, while in his mind frantically following puffs of memories, wandering thoughts, colorful reverence, sobering thoughts about his holidays. The American magazine continues:

In order to translate all thisGyllenhaal had to find his visual vocabulary.”

To do this, the director used two actresses, each of whom plays Leda at two points in her life. Olivia Colman (the crown) lends her features to a woman of about fifty, a brilliant American literary professor who has come to spend part of a summer alone on a Greek island. As for Jesse Buckley, she relives the woman in a series of flashbacks

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