Love Eternal (1943) 720p YIFY Movie

Love Eternal (1943)

This is a retelling of Tristan and Isolde, set in 1940s France. The script was

IMDB: 7.20 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.02G
  • Resolution: 988*720 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: French 2.0  
  • Run Time: 107
  • IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 11

The Synopsis for Love Eternal (1943) 720p

This is a retelling of Tristan and Isolde, set in 1940s France. The script was

The Director and Players for Love Eternal (1943) 720p

[Director]Jean Delannoy
[Role:]Jean Marais
[Role:]Junie Astor
[Role:]Jean Murat
[Role:]Madeleine Sologne

The Reviews for Love Eternal (1943) 720p

good, though Cocteau's later works are even betterReviewed byMartinHaferVote: 8/10

This movie was written by Jean Cocteau and it's pretty obvious due to the odd plot twists, romantic tone and mythological roots to the plot. Just a few years later, he was to BOTH write and direct Beauty and the Beast and Orpheus. These two are better films than The Eternal Return, though this movie is still worth watching--particularly as it shows and evolution of Cocteau's ideas. So, this movie is sort of like and unpolished version of these two later movies in many ways--particularly Orpheus. Absent from this film are the odd camera tricks but the story elements are all here.

The love between the two main characters is best described as a combination of the tragic stories of Orpheus and Eurydice along with Romeo and Juliet, but I have recently been informed that the story is ACTUALLY a reworking of the story of Tristan and Isolde. Thrown in for good measure are a malevolent dwarf, the dwarf's detestable parents and a lot of cool plot twists.

However, there were a few things that just didn't work out well in the movie. First, when it was obvious that the crazed dwarf had tried to kill the lovers by offering them what he thought was poison, nothing was done to punish him or place him in an institute for the criminally insane. This is pretty prudent considering what the dwarf does LATER in the story! Second, I hate movies that feature ladies fainting. Unless there is a blow to the head or they've gone without eating for a very extended period of time, people DON'T just faint. This is such a stupid cliché and I'm a little surprised that anyone as innovative and intelligent as Cocteau would resort to this device.

Other than that, it's a nice film.

FYI--An IMPORTANT warning: The video I watched was from The International Collection from Nelson Entertainment. If there are any OTHER companies that make this video, try them first!!!! The captioning was absolutely horrible!! Often, much of the dialog was not subtitled or very long statements were boiled down to one or two words!!! They showed very little respect for the integrity of the movie!

A Timeless ClassicReviewed byDraeckeVote: 7/10

A spectacular and beautiful film, and perhaps one of the best movies ever made. In the roles of an updated Tristan and Isolde, Sologne and Marais are a stunningly handsome couple. This powerful romantic tragedy transcends the ephemeral world of politics altogether and carries us into the realm of dreams & legend, as "Beauty & the Beast" did so well. Its theme and sense of style actually have much in common with many German films of its time. Admirers of the art of Jean Cocteau will not be disappointed.

L'eternel retourReviewed bychill1019Vote: 10/10

I see the Nazi references, but there are subtle subliminal messages being sent to the French people who were under the jackboot of Nazi oppression. It was not a proud time for them. Remember that during the Middle Ages, Vikings invaded France from the North. The men from the North who became the Normans finally assimilated nicely with the people living in northern France. Men who were expert sailors learned farming and the language of the "French". Re-telling the Tristan story always seemed to me to be a way to reach the soul of the French. It's a way to remind them of the time of the brave knight who comes to the rescue of his lady. The blondness of Patrice and Nathalie could be a reference to the Normans. They are both orphans of the sea and the death scene with both of them positioned perfectly on a boat(linked eternally)with the skies parting to bring them up to heaven is very reminiscent of the French epic poem "Chanson de Roland". It also reminds me of a dead Viking warrior being cast out to sea on his burning boat. A film to be enjoyed on many levels and a way to appease the Aryan loving Nazis while resonating with the proud history of the French.

Love Eternal (1943) 720p Related Movies

Complete Strangers (2020) Poster

Complete Strangers (2020)

Escape from Pretoria (2020) Poster

Escape from Pretoria (2020)

Thieves (2007) 1080p Poster

Thieves (2007) 1080p

Complete Strangers (2020) 1080p Poster

Complete Strangers (2020) 1080p

Closeness (2017) 1080p Poster

Closeness (2017) 1080p

The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981) bluray Poster

The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981) bluray

Mulan (2020) Poster

Mulan (2020)

Greyhawk (2014) Poster

Greyhawk (2014)