Bathroom


Bathroom

Bathroom est un film français d'Alexandre Mathis sous le nom de Herbert Mathese (P-H Mathis) tourné fin décembre 1970 à Paris dans une salle de bains en même temps que Serenity !

Synopsis

"Discours sur la propreté" selon l'auteur.

Deux personnages, à l'étroit dans une salle de bains.

Glamour trash. Tandis qu' Anna parle de ses chats, Hans Christian raconte en se lavant une scène de Boudu sauvé des eaux où Boudu (Michel Simon), qui a la manie de cracher par terre à longueur de temps chez le libraire qui l'a recueilli, est réprimandé par celui-ci ; Hans Christian recrée pour son amie le dialogue entre les deux personnages du film de Renoir.

Fiche technique

  • Production, réalisation, scénario, dialogues  : Paul-Hervé Mathis (Herbert Mathese)
  • Images : Pierre Rigal
  • 16 mm Couleurs
  • Son : Gérard Marx
  • Son direct
  • 1 seul plan
  • Photographe : Carlos Clarens
  • Robe d'Anna Angel : Paco Rabanne
  • Durée : 5 minutes
  • Genre : Comédie

Distribution

  • Hans Christian Van Hoof (Hans Christian)
  • Anna Angel (Anna)

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  • bathroom — 1780, from BATH (Cf. bath) + ROOM (Cf. room). Originally a room with apparatus for bathing, used 20c. in U.S. as a euphemism for a LAVATORY (Cf. lavatory) and often noted as a word that confused British travelers. To go to the bathroom, euphemism …   Etymology dictionary

  • bathroom — in BrE means a place for washing and taking a bath, and may or may not include a lavatory; in AmE it is first and foremost a lavatory: • The man…grew up…in a town where he was unable to use the same bathroom as white residents Chicago Tribune,… …   Modern English usage

  • bathroom — [bath′ro͞om΄] n. 1. a room with a bathtub, toilet, washstand, etc. ☆ 2. LAVATORY (sense 2a) ☆ go to the bathroom Informal to urinate or defecate …   English World dictionary

  • bathroom — [n] room for bathing, toilet use bath, lavatory, powder room, restroom, sauna, shower, shower room, spa, steam room, toilet, washroom, water closet; concept 448 …   New thesaurus

  • bathroom — ► NOUN 1) a room containing a bath and usually also a washbasin and toilet. 2) N. Amer. a room containing a toilet …   English terms dictionary

  • Bathroom — This article is about rooms for bathing. For a room containing a toilet and possibly also a sink, see toilet (room). For a public toilet, see public toilet. A smaller U.S. residential bathroom A bathroom is a room for bathing in containing a… …   Wikipedia

  • bathroom */*/ — UK [ˈbɑːθˌruːm] / US [ˈbæθˌrum] noun [countable] Word forms bathroom : singular bathroom plural bathrooms Differences between British and American English: bathroom: In the UK, bathroom usually means a room with a bath, a basin to wash your hands …   English dictionary

  • bathroom — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ steamy ▪ large, spacious ▪ tiny ▪ main, master (esp. AmE) ▪ lux …   Collocations dictionary

  • bathroom — [[t]bɑ͟ːθruːm, bæ̱θ [/t]] ♦♦♦ bathrooms 1) N COUNT A bathroom is a room in a house that contains a bath or shower, a washbasin, and sometimes a toilet. 2) N SING: usu the N A bathroom is a room in a house or public building that contains a toilet …   English dictionary

  • bathroom —    American    a lavatory    In the long line of euphemisms which associate washing with urination and defecation:     ... asked where the bathroom was. The restroom was filthy. (Diehl, 1978 and what was the lavatory like?)    Whence bathroom… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms