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Autumn Tale [is] the final--and best--of Eric Rohmer's 1990s series Tales of the Four Seasons..what gives this romantic comedy a deeper charm, a special poignancy, is that extra seasoning these well-traveled, wonderfully imagined characters possess.
The film is delightfully unpredictable, warm, nuanced. It's civilized entertainment.
Though you wouldn't know it from Hollywood's kids 'r us obsessions, directors actually can improve as they advance in age.
As sublimely warming an experience as the autumn sun that shines benevolently on the vineyard owned by the film's central character, Magali.
Eric Rohmer is the KFC of international cinema. The 79-year- old director has been doing just one thing for decades, but he does it right.
It's a solidly entertaining effort -- the kind of movie that can be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates discerning comedy.
The goings-on come across as a bit too lightweight.
Terrific performances and masterful direction make this a warm delight for art-minded viewers.
With this romance, the director, now in his late 70s, completes his Tales of Four Seasons quartet on a hopeful note. Although slight in plot and slow in pace, the film offers much to admire.
This French film is a quietly interesting but unusually perceptive story about love and relationships.
The 79-year-old writer-director proves that age has only purified his special ability to mine emotional truth from tiny moments with exquisite finesse.
[Rohmer's] best film in years.
I didn't see the other three films but it wasn't hard to pick up the tale. A very interesting tale of match making for the middle aged played very well.
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