A passionate and poisonous love affair in the world of Parisian intellectuals and political activists, in the late 1970s
A philiosophical reflection on the links between science, religion and more broadly the various areas of culture.
The modernisation of psychology through creative moments
The heretofore unknown reflections of Jean-Claude Carrière on theater, film, directing, and culture. A sincere account of the difficulties of creation. Numerous encounters with essential figures in theater and film from the past 60 years.
An intimate reflection on universal questions, written with the finesse and intelligence we have come to know in Jean-Claude Carrière’s writing.
From earliest childhood we all know how violent, unfair, even inflexible, language can be — particularly when we have to confront our parents’ or schoolteachers’ anger.
Loli, le temps venu covers a relatively unexplored area in human relations, uncovering some singular emotions that shake up our usual vision of life. This is a chronicle of passion.