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Dialogues Of The Carmelites
... the libretto himself after a scheme by Georges Bernanos ... proposed subject uninspiring, Valcarenghi suggested instead a screenplay by Bernanos based on the novella Die Letzte am Schafott (The Last on the ... Bernanos had been hired in 1947 to write dialogue for a movie version of the Le Fort work ...
Diary Of A Country Priest
... It was closely based on the novel of the same name by Georges Bernanos ... Bernanos rejected Aurenche's first draft, and by the time Bresson got around to the task, Bernanos had died ... he "would have taken more liberties" if Bernanos were still alive ...
Georges Bernanos - Biography
... Bernanos was born at Paris, into a family of craftsmen, and spent much of his childhood in the Pas de Calais region, which became a frequent setting for his novels ... But Bernanos spent part of the conflict in Majorca, observed 'a terrorized population' and became disillusioned with the Francoist cause, which he criticized in the book Diary of My Times "My illusions on the ... Bernanos did return, but did not participate actively in French political life ...

Famous quotes containing the word bernanos:

    Fact is Our Lord knew all about the power of money: He gave capitalism a tiny niche in His scheme of things, He gave it a chance, He even provided a first instalment of funds. Can you beat that? It’s so magnificent. God despises nothing. After all, if the deal had come off, Judas would probably have endowed sanatoriums, hospitals, public libraries or laboratories.
    —Georges Bernanos (1888–1948)

    It is the perpetual dread of fear, the fear of fear, that shapes the face of a brave man.
    —Georges Bernanos (1888–1948)

    The wish to pray is a prayer in itself ... God can ask no more than that of us.
    —Georges Bernanos (1888–1948)