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Passion Simple


Simple Passion (French: Passion simple) is a 2020 erotic drama film written and directed by Danielle Arbid,[4] based on the 1992 autobiographical novel of the same name by Annie Ernaux. The plot follows a divorced university professor (Lætitia Dosch) who begins an intense affair with a younger, married diplomat (Sergei Polunin).




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Literature professor and divorced mother Hélène lives in the Paris suburbs with her preteen son, Paul. She begins a passionate affair with Alexandre, a younger, married Russian diplomat stationed at the Russian Embassy that she met at a party in Porto. The two regularly meet for afternoon trysts at her house. Alexandre, who is usually cold and evasive, only visits Hélène when it suits him and instructs her to never contact him, especially when he goes away to spend time with his wife. She often finds herself waiting to hear from him, and over time, she becomes increasingly obsessed with him.


In her spare, stark style, Annie Ernaux's Simple Passion documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all-consuming passion. Blurring the line between fact and fiction, an unnamed narrator attempts to plot the emotional and physical course of her two-year relationship with a married foreigner where every word, event, and person either provides a connection with her beloved or is subject to her cold indifference. With courage and exactitude, she seeks the truth behind an existence lived entirely for someone else, and, in the pieces of its aftermath, she is able to find it.


In her spare, stark style, Annie Ernaux documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all-consuming passion. Blurring the line between fact and fiction, she attempts to plot the emotional and physical course of her two-year relationship with a married man where every word, event, and person either provides a connection with her beloved or is subject to her cold indifference. With courage and exactitude, Ernaux seeks the truth behind an existence lived, for a time, entirely for someone else.


Annie Ernaux's small autobiographical fiction focuses intensively and almost exclusively on the passion her first-person narrator had for a man with whom she had an affair. The man himself is almost incidental to the story: a foreigner (an Eastern European businessman) working in Paris for a time, married, she refers to him simply as A. He is the object of her passion, but it is the passion itself that interests her and that drives the book. Ernaux starts off ambitiously. Watching an X-rated film on cable television she is both shocked and fascinated -- fascinated especially by how something that was long so taboo "has become as easy to watch as a handshake." This, then, is what she also aspires to in her writing:It occurred to me that writing should also aim for that -- the impression conveyed by sexual intercourse, a feeling of anxiety and stupefaction, a suspension of moral judgement. An interesting notion, though not necessarily something one would want to read if lesser hands were behind it. But, as usual, Ernaux manages to fashion a fascinating, if sometimes bizarre book from this starting point. The passion for A is deep and intense, as the narrator admits to an obsession that often sounds like an overwhelming teenage crush (though the narrator is decidedly no longer teenaged). Everything she does revolves around her furtive affair with A. Because he is married she can only rarely see him, and neither write nor call him. She is dependent on him, and imagines signs and foreshadowings everywhere she turns, boding either well or ill for them. Her life, for these two years, revolves around little else but her passion, everything else being subsumed by it. The passion covers the full spectrum, from adoration and worship to jealousy and fear. Ernaux handles the subject matter well, because she writes so well. It is hard to imagine many other authors who could manage such a book without sounding simply silly or bathetic. The ending rounds out the book nicely, though it is perhaps too easy an out: A leaves France, and then returns, and what she then feels for him is no longer the same passion. The narrator acknowledges that her passion was "meaningless", but that makes it no less real. Ernaux explains that what she has done in this book is simply to "translate into words (...) the way in which his existence has affected my life."It is an interesting exercise, worth reading for Ernaux's precise and unabashed translation. She is an excellent stylist, able to convey a great deal in her sparse and often apparently uneventful prose. A short book, and a quick read as well, Simple Passion is certainly recommended.


WINNER OF THE 2022 NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATUREA New York Times Notable BookIn her spare, stark style, Annie Ernaux documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all-consuming passion.Blurring the line between fact and fiction, an unnamed narrator attempts to plot the emotional and physical course of her 2 year relationship with a married foreigner where every word, event, and person either provides a connection with her beloved or is subject to her cold indifference.With courage and exactitude, she seeks the truth behind an existence lived entirely for someone else, and, in the pieces of its aftermath, she is able to find it.


Passion fruit has long been a favorite of mine, as much for the look of these lightweight plum-colored spheres as the full-on sensory assault they produce. Fresh passion fruit is very tropical and one whiff of passion fruit pulp will have you salivating. Read my post on these Passion Fruit Tartlets to understand the reaction this fruit invokes.


Most simple syrups are just equal parts sugar and water, heated together until the sugar is dissolved. This basic syrup can be used in everything from cocktails to cakes. Infusing one with passion fruit is just as easy and produces liquid gold that will transform your favorite drinks, desserts, smoothies and fruit salads.


Hi! Do you think I can make this and freeze it? I have about 70 passion fruit this summer and this recipe just sounds perfect. If I can freeze, can mason jars go in the freezer without cracking? Thank you for the fabulous recipe!


Produced by David Thion and Philippe Martin for Les Films Pelléas, Passion simple was co-produced by Jacques-Henri Bronckart and Gwen Libert for the Belgian company Versus Production. Pre-purchased by Ciné + and Proximus, the feature film also received support from the Ile-de-France region, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Cinema, Eurimages, Sofica La Banque Postale Image, Cinécap and Inver Invest (the Belgian tax shelter). The shoot lasted seven weeks, taking place from 19 January to 5 March in Paris and the surrounding region, as well as in Lyon, Florence and Moscow, with Pascale Granel (The Wild Boys [+see also: film reviewtrailerinterview: Bertrand Mandicofilm profile], On Fire [+see also: film reviewtrailerfilm profile], Deep Breath) as the director of photography. Pyramide Distribution is due to release the film in France and O'Brother in Belgium. International sales are being handled by Pyramide.


In the present study, we have developed a simple and fast Agrobacterium-mediated transformation system for hybrid passion fruit KPF4 using leaf disc explants. Factors affecting the rate of transient beta (β)-glucuronidase (gusA) expression and consequently transformation efficiency were optimized as follows: Agrobacterium cell density with an OD600 of 0.5, 30 min infection time, 3 days of co-cultivation duration and the incorporation of 200 µM acetosyringone into Agrobacterium infection suspension medium. Using the optimized conditions, transgenic plants of KPF4 were produced within 2 months with an average transformation efficiency of 0.67%. The β-glucuronidase (GUS) histochemical staining confirmed the expression and integration of an intron-containing gusA gene into transformed leaf discs and transgenic plant lines of KPF4. The presence of gusA gene in the transgenic plants was confirmed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The results confirmed that the gusA gene was efficiently integrated into the passion fruit genome.


The developed transformation protocol is simple and rapid and could be useful for functional genomic studies and transferring agronomically important traits into passion fruit hybrid KPF4. This study developed a method that can be used to transfer traits such as resistance to viral diseases, low fruit quality and short storage life. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report on genetic transformation system for commercial passion fruit hybrid KPF4.


Passion fruit (Passiflora edulis Sims), a dicotyledonous perennial plant with shallow roots and woody vines, is widely cultivated in the sub-tropics and tropics [1]. It is an important fruit crop due to its nutritional, medicinal (as sedatives, antiplasmodic, and antibacterial) and ornamental value. Nutritionally, the ripe fruits are an important source of minerals and vitamins (including ascorbic acid), phytoconstituents and phenolic compounds [2, 3]. The use of passion fruit in cosmetic industry has also contributed to the increased production acreage in sub-tropical and tropical countries [4]. However, the low genetic variability, self and inter-specific incompatibility, high levels of ploidy, lack of pathogen resistance genes in the available cultivars and elimination of deleterious genes by many cycles of selfing and backcrossing hinder passion fruit improvement efforts by conventional breeding [5, 6]. To circumvent the limitations of conventional breeding, genetic transformation is a potential alternative and complementary strategy to accelerate the production of passion fruit cultivars with improved traits. 041b061a72


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