Du Cote de la cote (The Riveria: Today's Eden) (1958) - Rotten Tomatoes

Du Cote de la cote (The Riveria: Today's Eden) (1958)

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Tongue-in-cheek look at the French Riviera, especially in summer when it overflows with tourists. Reviews its history and famous visitors; displays its faux-exotic buildings, its crowded beaches, its trees and monuments; and, pokes fun at the colors women wear and the vagaries of fashion. The film celebrates the use of "Eden" as a place name, suggesting that paradise comes to the coast after all are gone, perhaps only on a remote island beach.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Documentary
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Critic Reviews for Du Cote de la cote (The Riveria: Today's Eden)

All Critics (2)

Visually lush documentary on the French Riviera.

Full Review… | March 13, 2015
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Visual masterpiece with wonderful color.

Full Review… | January 7, 2011
Classic Film and Television

Audience Reviews for Du Cote de la cote (The Riveria: Today's Eden)

Agnes Varda's New Wave tribute to the French Riviera and its tourist trade is lively and fresh, full of bright colors and playful compositions. Slight, but amusing.

Martin Teller
Martin Teller

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