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  1. Life is a Dream is a 1987 French art film written and directed by Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz. It is an oneiric, metafictional, "neo-Baroque" work about the Chilean dictatorship, exile, dream, cinema and mnemonics. It was inspired by Frances A. Yates' book The Art of Memory and features characters and scenes from Life Is a Dream, a Spanish Golden Age play Ruiz had directed at the Avignon Festival in 1986, in addition to pastiches of B-movies and serials of the 1930s and 1940s.

  2. 6 de ene. de 1988 · Life Is a Dream: Directed by Raúl Ruiz. With Sylvain Thirolle, Roch Leibovici, Bénédicte Sire, Laurence Cortadellas. A baroque mix of revolutionary politics, pop culture and semiotics loosely based on the play by Pedro Calderón de la Barca. A young prince learns that life is just a dream from which we wake when we die.

  3. Life Is a Dream 1986 ‘Mémoire des apparences’ Directed by Raúl Ruiz Synopsis A baroque mix of revolutionary politics, pop culture and semiotics loosely based on the play by Pedro Calderón de la Barca. A young prince learns that life is just a dream from which we wake when we die. And that dreams may be as real as life. Remove Ads Cast Crew Details

  4. Life is a Dream Film poster Directed by Raúl Ruiz Written by Raúl Ruiz(based on Pedro Calderón de la Barca) Produced by Jean-Luc Larguier Starring Sylvain Thirolle Cinematography Jacques Bouquin Edited by Martine Bouquin Rudolfo Wedeles Music by Jorge Arriagada Release date 1987 (1987) Running time 103 minutes Country France Language French

  5. 1986 International Film Festival Rotterdam 1987 2004 New York Film Festival 2013 Cast & Crew Show all ( 18) Raúl Ruiz Director, Screenplay Sylvain Thirolle Cast Roch Leibovici Cast Bénédicte Sire Cast Jean-Bernard Guillard Cast Jean-Louis Schefer Screenplay Pedro Calderón de la Barca Play Jacques Bouquin Cinematography

  6. A baroque mix of revolutionary politics, pop culture, and semiotics, loosely based on the play by Pedro Calderón de la Barca. A young prince learns that life is just a dream from which we wake when we die, and that dreams may be as real as life.

  7. In adapting the 17th-century Spanish playwright Pedro Calderón de la Barca, it’s only natural that Ruiz would go off-book, and for Life Is a Dream, de la Barca’s La vida es sueño is only a jumping-off point for the director to tackle the 1971 coup in his homeland of Chile.