Look at Me (2005)



Critic Consensus: An observant drama-comedy about self absorption.

Movie Info

A talented woman struggles to get out from under the shadow of her father in this comedy. Lolita (Marilou Berry) is the 20-year-old daughter of Étienne Cassard (Jean-Pierre Bacri), a wealthy and well-known editor and writer, and most of the people she meets seem to be more interested in her dad than in her; her zaftig figure doesn't help her self-esteem much, either. Lolita is a gifted singer and has been studying with a voice coach, Sylvia (Agnès Jaoui); however, as it turns out, Sylvia has a … More

Rating: PG-13 (for brief language and a sexual reference)
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Agnès Jaoui
In Theaters:
On DVD: Aug 9, 2005
Box Office: $1.6M
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as Etienne Cassard

as Sylvia Millet

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as Francois Galland
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Critic Reviews for Look at Me

All Critics (105) | Top Critics (37)

The pleasure of the film, as in many French films from Renoir to Rohmer, is in the exactitude of observation, the accuracy of the portrait and the elegance of the writing.

Full Review… | May 26, 2005
Arizona Republic
Top Critic

Both an implicit protest against the blindness of power and an equally fervent protest against the acquiescence of men and women who are too weak or too compromised to stand up for themselves -- that is, most people.

May 21, 2005
New Yorker
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At best, a most watchable character study of lives that are more interesting than compelling.

Full Review… | May 13, 2005
Orlando Sentinel
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[Has] a light, sometimes hilarious touch.

Full Review… | May 6, 2005
Miami Herald
Top Critic

"Look at Me" is a wholesome work of fully rounded dramaturgy that spins on a gyroscope of sustained emotional momentum.

Full Review… | June 8, 2009

Examines a variety of questions, such as superficiality versus substance, materialism versus self-worth, and taking advantage of others versus forming sincere relationships.

Full Review… | June 20, 2007
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Audience Reviews for Look at Me

considering this script was a winner at the 2004 Cannes film festival, my expectations for this 'comedy' were much higher than this film's execution. finely acted, wonderfully self-absorbed characters, good script, but something was lost in the translation.

Stefanie C

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Exposes human relations they way they sadly happen to be. an impressive, mature, bitter and thought-provoking drama.

Pierluigi Puccini

Super Reviewer


Not the best to come out of the French cinema lately but not a bad Sunday afternoon flick to think about self image.

John Ballantine
John Ballantine

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