In Praise Of Love (Éloge de l'amour) (2002)
as Mr. Rosenthal
as Mayor Forlani
as U.S. Journalist
as Algerian Man
as Woman 1
as Woman 2
as Homeless Man
as Young Girl
as Mayor Forlani's Aide
as U.S. Assistant
as U.S. Official
as Woman in Movie Theatre
Critic Reviews for In Praise Of Love (Éloge de l'amour)
Godard has created such a hermetic, uncompromising world that only the hardiest cinematic spelunkers are likely to appreciate its depths.
It's the intellectual ride of your life, as far as moviegoing goes.
A haunting, intense work, intellectually exploratory yet too emotionally acute in its melancholy to be considered merely academic.
The movie's ripe, enrapturing beauty will tempt those willing to probe its inscrutable mysteries.
The best indication of the film's pretentiousness comes from recurrent images of a book with blank pages, as if to point out that Godard has nothing to say, but so what? Let's throw in a few images and people will come anyway.
Audience Reviews for In Praise Of Love (Éloge de l'amour)
nothing but chit-chat & a serious of images that don't add up to anything kinda like the horrible 'book of life' what was new and fresh in the sixties as 'French new wave' is now just a tired cliché.
I am just waiting for the cinephiles to jump all over me. A measly three stars for the return of the great Godard. The truth is that I wasn't terribly moved..and perhaps I wasn't meant to be. It's over my head.
One of the last efforts (so far) we've had from Jean-Luc Godard. This one uses masterful cinematography (both blak-and-white and color) to convey a dreary present and a vivacious past. A masterpiece.
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