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This winter romance by Rohmer, then in his 70s, demonstrates that faith and art can work miracles.
Rohmer's style, over the years, has become so easy and natural that, at its best, his work never seems like fabricated drama... While this low-budget Tale of Winter may seem simple, it's a masterly simplicity.
As usual, Rohmer works magic with his generally unfamiliar casts, drawing from them more they perhaps realize they're yielding.
Rohmer has become such a master of his chosen classic genre -- the crystalline philosophical tale of character and romantic choice -- that this is a nearly perfect work, in performance as well as execution.
With A Tale of Springtime and A Tale of Winter, Eric Rohmer has given us a pair of wonderful motion pictures... I wonder what Summer and Autumn will bring.
It has, as ever, enormous compassion, wit and insight, and its ending is exquisitely affecting.
The late Eric Rohmer had a knack for investing soap-opera configurations-love triangles, extramarital affairs-with complexity and surprise.
A quintessentially Rohmeresque film in that it leaves viewers feeling they have eavesdropped on someone else's life and maybe gleaned a few lessons from the experience.
Eric Rohmer takes an intriguing voyage.
Rarely has this great filmmaker been so successful at blending his most serious concerns with such engaging entertainment.
This witty adult fairy tale, set in the heart of the callous city, is a joy to behold thanks to the naturalism of its performances and the sublime subtlety of its direction.
Eric Rohmer's A Tale of Winter is a beautifully buoyant film, both intellectually challenging and rapturously romantic.
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