The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

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From Panic Room to Cabin Fever: films about isolation, to watch in self-isolation
Our selection of must-see movies, whether you go it alone or hunker down with family or friends

Steve Rose

25, Mar, 2020 @1:51 PM

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Max von Sydow: an aristocrat of cinema who made me weep | Peter Bradshaw
From his fateful game of chess to a moving turn in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Von Sydow was the last standard bearer of Bergman’s high-minded movie idiom

Peter Bradshaw

09, Mar, 2020 @5:04 PM

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British screenwriters speak out on 'pathetic' treatment by Hollywood
Oscar-winner Ronald Harwood and twice-nominated William Nicholson urge industry to give writers credit they deserve

Dalya Alberge

21, May, 2017 @1:46 PM

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The film that makes me cry: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly | Peter Bradshaw
In the first of a new series, Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw stifles his sobs to tell us why he finds the Mathieu Amalric drama so upsetting – and why he’s not afraid to say so

Peter Bradshaw

02, Mar, 2015 @11:02 AM

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Miral – review
Freida Pinto looks uneasy in a muddled movie by Julian Schnabel, director of the outstanding Diving Bell and the Butterfly. By Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

02, Dec, 2010 @10:51 PM

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Julian Schnabel's Polaroids | interview
Julian Schnabel, the acclaimed artist and film-maker, has reinvented himself as a photographer, writes Kate Kellaway

Kate Kellaway

09, Oct, 2010 @11:05 PM

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Cannes film festival: Mathieu Amalric

Best known for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, actor Mathieu Amalric is also a writer, director and unabashed ladies' man. He tells Catherine Shoard how it all came together in his new film

Catherine Shoard

17, May, 2010 @8:35 PM

Number 8: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

An astonishing story delivered with élan by director and screenwriter - it's a bonafide piece of art

Catherine Shoard

09, Dec, 2008 @10:00 AM

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly: The mistress, the wife and the film that got it wrong

When stroke victim Jean-Dominique Bauby's book was turned into a Bafta-winning film, the world wept for his tragic on-screen wife. But why was his lover, Florence Ben Sadoun, airbrushed from the story? She tells Janine di Giovanni a different version of events

Janine Di Giovanni

30, Nov, 2008 @12:01 AM

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
5 stars (cert 12)

Andrew Pulver

12, Jun, 2008 @11:00 PM

DVD of the week: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

DVD of the week: The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Mark Kermode

07, Jun, 2008 @11:05 PM

Mathieu Amalric talks to Elizabeth Day

He is one of France's greatest contemporary actors, turning in a remarkable performance in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly last year. But, he insists, all this acting gets in the way of his serious love, directing. So why agree to star as the baddie in the latest Bond movie? By Elizabeth Day

Elizabeth Day

10, May, 2008 @11:08 PM

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