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More than a time capsule of events and moods-it's a living aesthetic model for revolutionary times.
The result is a pleasant, sometimes humorous blend of style and technique that ultimately is unsuccessful.
A film bedevilled by its intellectualism.
There is so much that is so pleasant in Lions Love that I wish Miss Varda hadn't tried to give it a larger significance.
Nothing great emerges, but the free-form drama has many loopy moments and is very funny.
Varda's use of the camera and natural light is fresh and original.
Varda's film teeters on the edge of total absurdity, running roughshod over cinematic conventions of all kinds while retaining a lucid outsider's perspective on its milieu.
The Design for Living hippiness saunters on, cramming in zeitgeist, Le Bonheur triangulation, and whoever happened to be on the set
The film is... so packed to bursting with loopy, quotable lines, you may have trouble deciding which is your favorite.
Varda seems to be trying to make an improvisational meta-Warhol experiment or perhaps a hippie homage to Hollywood (who knows?), but the result, despite mildly pleasant, is in fact a bit pretentious, and the main trio become pretty annoying and dull after a while.
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