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Critic Reviews for Jealousy
While certainly no love story, this dry-eyed tale feels achingly, maybe even exhilaratingly alive.
Conventional dramatic hooks have no place in Garrel's filmography, so it's not surprising that his new movie is more atmospheric than involving, or that the two beautiful bed heads at its center hardly invite emotional connection.
There's a casualness at work here that's absorbing because Garrel doesn't make a moment mean more than it ought to.
"Jealousy" is the kind of slight, academic, self-satisfied exercise that preaches only to the converted.
In a brief 77 minutes, "Jealousy" provides a remarkably full - and also an intriguingly partial - portrait of a group of struggling artists as no-longer-entirely-young men and women.
Audience Reviews for Jealousy
I wanted to take every character in this dull movie, shake them, slap them, then wash their hair because they all look dirty. Boring as heck, I give it one star for not going 90 minutes.
I've been so crazy for Louis Garrel over these years. Louis' collaboration with Philippe Garrel (his father) didn't impress me much however, even though it must have been very significant for both of them in so many ways. Unlike Philippe Garrel's self-indulgent, La Nouvelle Vague style in his last few pieces, LA JALOUSIE is approachable & way much easier to watch, although there are still those talky-flaws (to me) everywhere. Its briefness (72 minutes only) perhaps is one big advantage after all.
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