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Rodolfo (Matti Pellonpää), an Albanian refugee and painter; Marcel (André Wilms), a playwright; and Schaunard (Kari Väänänen), an avant-garde composer, become friends and allies in contemporary Paris. They maintain a genteel manner of relating to one another while constantly scrambling for money and risking starvation. After falling in love with a barmaid (Evelyne Didi), Rodolfo is deported. When he succeeds in re-entering the country, he and his friends try to revive their friendship.

Cast & Crew

André Wilms
Marcel
Jean-Pierre Léaud
Blancheron
Carlos Salgado
Garcon de café
Alexis Nitzer
Henri Bernard
Aki Kaurismäki
Director
Aki Kaurismäki
Writer
Aki Kaurismäki
Producer
Paula Oinonen
Executive Producer
Francis Boespflug
Executive Producer
Timo Salminen
Cinematographer
John Ebden
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Critic Reviews for Bohemian Life

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Audience Reviews for Bohemian Life

  • Mar 28, 2013
    Existentialism is just the topping of this pessimistic, black-and-white cake. Kaurismäki knows that the genre of the source material he adapted is <u>drama</u>, but when did some splashes of humor hurt anyone, especially if you have a very rich character development justifying your directorial plot management? Even if that was not enough, we are offered two sides of a tragedy: the one that comes from the ingratitude towards art when such profession is your profession, and the one that comes with the package called <i>life</i>. Whereas I agree that art in general is a greatly underappreciated profession, <i>La Vie de Bohème</i> suggests between lines that the true art in this life is the art of living and facing such aforementioned tragedies. 97/100
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