This film, which locates the Impressionist painter Berthe Morisot (1841-1895) in her creative context, introduces us to a 25-year-old young woman engaged in her struggle to become a painter and achieve independence. This session connects with the exhibition’s seventh section, Sisterhood II. Rapport, given that both the film’s standpoint, which solicits the viewer’s empathy, and the presence of women in Morisot’s works evoke the idea of united women that exists in the collective imagination, albeit ones who enacted or endured the roles and archetypes imposed on them by patriarchy.

France, 100 minutes.

With the collaboration of:

Comunidad de Madrid

Sponsored by:

Carolina Herrera