Mary Poppins Returns
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What separates this film from others of its type is the highly specialized manner in which writer-director Sebastien Betbeder has elected to recount the lives and loves of a group of young Parisians ...
The movie reminds you with a series of gentle nudges that whether you want it to or not, the future happens.
The film strongly evokes the spirit and playfulness of the Nouvelle Vague ...
In general, imagine some classic Woody Allen devices, but amped up to the point where they dominate the movie rather than providing intermittent stylized distance.
An innovative and engrossing French romantic comedy.
Betbeder joins the ever-lengthening lineage of the New Wave but his portrayal is thoroughly contemporary, with an appealing open-mindness and nimble sense of humor and sensitivity appreciable on its own terms.
There's nothing even remotely new about this self-conscious little indie, one in which the seeds of dramatic sincerity are smothered by constant affectation.
A determined lack of formality gives the film its sense of immediacy and edginess, though this is largely wasted as spontaneity is largely absent.
Betbeder's tale of aging Parisian art-school grads falling in love is told as a near-relentless collage of fourth-wall-breaking monologues -- "High Fidelity"-style -- and peppered with chapter breaks, dream sequences, and clips from other movies.
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