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  • Sarah (1844–1923), French actress; born Henriette Rosine Bernard. She was noted for her portrayal of Marguerite in La Dame aux camelias and of Cordelia in King Lear
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Van Helsing [Blu-ray]
Van Helsing [Blu-ray]
The director of The Mummy and The Mummy Returns brings three of Universal’s classic monsters back to life like never before in the action-packed Van Helsing! Legendary monster hunter Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman, X-Men) must rely on the help of the beautiful and mysterious Anna Valeris (Kate Beckinsale, Underworld) as he engages in an epic battle with the ultimate forces of darkness – Dracula, the Wolf Man and Frankenstein’s Monster! Get ready for non-stop action and spectacular adventure in this pulse-pounding thrill ride loaded with eye-popping visual effects and exciting bonus features!

Like a roller coaster ready to fly off its rails, Van Helsing rockets to maximum velocity and never slows down. Having earned blockbuster clout with The Mummy and The Mummy Returns, writer-director Stephen Sommers once again plunders Universal's monster vault and pulls out all the stops for this mammoth $148-million action-adventure-horror-comedy, which opens (sans credits) with a terrific black-and-white prologue that pays homage to the Universal horror classics that inspired it. The plot pits legendary vampire hunter Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman) against Dracula (the deliciously campy Richard Roxburgh), his deadly blood-sucking brides, and the Wolfman (Will Kemp) in a two-hour parade of outstanding special effects (980 in all) that turn Sommers' juvenile plot into a triple-overtime bonus for CGI animators. In alliance with a Transylvanian princess (Kate Beckinsale) and the Frankenstein monster (Shuler Hensley), Van Helsing must prevent Dracula from hatching his bat-winged progeny, and there's so much good-humored action that you're guaranteed to be thrilled and exhausted by the time the 10-minute end-credits roll. It's loud, obnoxious, filled with revisionist horror folklore, and aimed at addicted gamers and eight-year-olds, but this colossal monster mash (including Mr. Hyde, just for kicks) will never, ever bore you. A sequel is virtually guaranteed. --Jeff Shannon

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Sarah Bernhardt dans Phèdre (1893) par Nadar
Sarah Bernhardt dans Phèdre (1893) par Nadar
Sarah Bernhardt est un des modeles de « La Berma » dans A la Recherche du temps perdu de Marcel Proust. « Les bras de la Berma que les vers eux-memes, de la meme emission par laquelle ils faisaient sortir sa voix de ses levres, semblaient soulever sur sa poitrine, comme ces feuillages que l’eau deplace en s’echappant; son attitude en scene qu’elle avait lentement constituee, qu’elle modifierait encore, et qui etait faite de raisonnements d’une autre profondeur que ceux dont on apercevait la trace dans les gestes de ses camarades, mais de raisonnements ayant perdu leur origine volontaire, fondus dans une sorte de rayonnement ou ils faisaient palpiter, autour du personnage de Phedre, des elements riches et complexes, mais que le spectateur fascine prenait, non pour une reussite de l’artiste mais pour une donnee de la vie; ces blancs voiles eux-memes, qui, extenues et fideles, semblaient de la matiere vivante et avoir ete files par la souffrance mi-paienne, mi-janseniste, autour de laquelle ils se contractaient comme un cocon fragile et frileux; tout cela, voix, attitudes, gestes, voiles, n’etaient, autour de ce corps d’une idee qu’est un vers (corps qui, au contraire des corps humains, n’est pas devant l’ame comme un obstacle opaque qui empeche de l’apercevoir mais comme un vetement purifie, vivifie ou elle se diffuse et ou on la retrouve), que des enveloppes supplementaires qui, au lieu de la cacher, rendaient plus splendidement l’ame qui se les etait assimilees et s’y etait repandue, que des coulees de substances diverses, devenues translucides, dont la superposition ne fait que refracter plus richement le rayon central et prisonnier qui les traverse et rendre plus etendue, plus precieuse et plus belle la matiere imbibee de flamme ou il est engaine. Telle l’interpretation de la Berma etait, autour de l’oeuvre, une seconde oeuvre vivifiee aussi par le genie. » Marcel Proust, Le Cote de Guermantes I page 42
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Van Helsing (Widescreen Edition)
LEGENDARY MONSTER HUNTER VAN HELSING IS SUMMONED TO MYSTERIOUS TRANSYLVANIA ON A MISSION THAT WILL THRUST HIM INTO A SWEEPING BATTLE AGAINST THE FORCES OF DARKNESS!

Like a roller coaster ready to fly off its rails, Van Helsing rockets to maximum velocity and never slows down. Having earned blockbuster clout with The Mummy and The Mummy Returns, writer-director Stephen Sommers once again plunders Universal's monster vault and pulls out all the stops for this mammoth $148-million action-adventure-horror-comedy, which opens (sans credits) with a terrific black-and-white prologue that pays homage to the Universal horror classics that inspired it. The plot pits legendary vampire hunter Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman) against Dracula (the deliciously campy Richard Roxburgh), his deadly blood-sucking brides, and the Wolfman (Will Kemp) in a two-hour parade of outstanding special effects (980 in all) that turn Sommers' juvenile plot into a triple-overtime bonus for CGI animators. In alliance with a Transylvanian princess (Kate Beckinsale) and the Frankenstein monster (Shuler Hensley), Van Helsing must prevent Dracula from hatching his bat-winged progeny, and there's so much good-humored action that you're guaranteed to be thrilled and exhausted by the time the 10-minute end-credits roll. It's loud, obnoxious, filled with revisionist horror folklore, and aimed at addicted gamers and eight-year-olds, but this colossal monster mash (including Mr. Hyde, just for kicks) will never, ever bore you. A sequel is virtually guaranteed. --Jeff Shannon

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