ANAÏS NIN, VIVRE SANS ENTRAVE
|AuthorS||Daniel Ablin and Serge July|
|Original score||Thomas Verovski|
|Image||Valentin Caron, Pascale Marin|
|Versions||French – English|
|Copyrights||Folamour – 2021|
- Nancy HUSTON, writer
- Beatrice COMMENGE, writer and translator of Anaïs Nin’s books
- Elisabeth BARILLE, writer
- Belinda CANNONE, writer
France-American writer of the 20th century, Anaïs Nin made her life the sole subject of a labyrinthine and monumental personal journal. 35,000 pages, an unparalleled achievement in the history of literature. This journal will deeply impact generations.
A chameleon-like woman, seductress, sexual conqueror, she transgressed all codes of morality and turned deceit into an art of living. But who is the real Anaïs Nin? A mythomaniac, an erotomaniac, a scandalous woman? Or a modern, liberated woman ahead of her time, who, in a world tailored for men, consumed life on her own terms?