The legendary Fanny Ardant is the actress chosen by the Instituto Francés to pay tribute to her today, Friday at 10 p.m. as part of the summer cinema and the Great French Actresses series, with the screening of the film Swann’s Love (Un Amour de Swann), directed in 1983 by Volker Schlöndorff, and also starring Jeremy Irons, Ornella Muti and Alain Delon, among others. Screening in the original version with Spanish subtitles.
Fanny Ardant is a French actress, director, screenwriter and director, born on 22 March 1949. The film is an adaptation of a novel by Marcel Proust. Charles Swann, a rich young Jew who is part of the aristocratic Parisian circles of the Belle Epoque, lives an unforgettable love story with the beautiful prostitute Odette de Crécy. Their tempestuous relationship, full of jealousy, passions and doubts, is recalled years later by Swann, when he senses her imminent death. Tickets can be purchased at this link.