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How can I say this ,,,,. A mysterious pleasant sensation that watched the horrible thing. Window frame, color usage, costume, song, dance! It is far from the elegance of Jacques Demy, but it wins with power.
a very very very very good and funny movie !
This was a really entertaining movie,full of imagination and amazing one-liners. The best thing about this French dark comedy was the exceptional cast and the amazing female characters they portrayed. The musical scenes were either very good and quite fitting or they managed to ruin the moment. Overall it was quite fun and pretty interesting but the finale saddly managed to disappoint.
An all female cast with France's most outstanding actresses of the past fifty years in this comedy musical "who done it" set in an isolated country home. This is pure style but with the substance and one of my guilty pleasures.
The colors are beautiful. But this is the only thing I like of this film.
The songs are quite annoying, overall, quite boring. Ozon can make much better, he made much better.
If you're a fan of French Film and Film Musical it is impossible that you will not enjoy this send-up / homage to Douglas Sirk. One can only imagine the stories from behind the scenes of the making of this film.
Awesome.....the exemplification of most type of women and their relation to a man
saw this when first released and didn't pay much attention to it. But seeing it again, almost a decade later, it resonates in a way it didn't then as it became clear to me that it's a farce composed of only females (rare for farce) and the operaettic bursts of song really work -- especially the last. Just really liked it a lot second time round - but it only gets force towards the end.
Racy, yes. Shocking, not exactly. After all, who hasn't seen French chicks doing the naughties..you kind of expect it, even if its from the very dignified Catherine Deneuve. Could do without the chorus line tho.
Fantastic. Funny, sad, moving, scary,sweet and thought-provoking dance through a women's mind, French to the core. There's a smart, stylish twist at every turn.But beware: you will probably either love or hate it.