Hilarious! I found myself laughing at the genuine mishaps we all experience in relationships. The script is so real and candid, I felt I really knew the couple.
Delpy's character, Marion, is a blunt, deep, and overly analytical Frenchwoman who can't get no satisfaction. We learn to love her in the former part of the film, that it's hard to reject her when we realize how promiscuous and careless she is.
Or is she?
Favorite part: her remembering that she cried when she realized that women are ruining the world because we have to use more toilet paper than men. Ha!
Visually great. Actors were exceptional, the cinematography was really unique. However, this movie was mixed up with too many themes, plots, and ideas. It was really out of focus, and somewhat of a bore at times. What was it trying to get at??
Rarely does a movie evoke such emotion in its viewer. We learn that perception varies tremendously among persons. Furthermore, we learn that one's smallest actions have potential for extreme influence on another.
The first twenty minutes of this movie were a little odd, as the storyline was (purposely) blurred. However, as the story unfolded I discovered a shocking, suspenseful, and passionate plot. I stared wide-eyed at the screen during the last 40 minutes of the film.