Look at Me (2005)
Look at Me (2005)
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as Lolita Cassard
as Etienne Cassard
as Sylvia Millet
as Pierre Millet
as Karine Cassard
as Taxi Driver
as Onlooker 1
as Onlooker 2
as Guy Who Is Seen Everywhere
as Conservatoire Pianist
as Conservatoire Singer
as Mathieu's Friend in the Cafe
as Pretty Singer
as Pianist at Pierre and Sylvia's
as Waitress in Etienne's Restaurant
as Waiter in the Village Cafe
as Young Man Who Looks at Sylvia
as Young Girl Who Mathieu Kisses
as Waiter in Edith/Sylvia's Restaurant
as New Teacher
as New Teacher's Assistant
as Francois Galland
as Woman in the Ad
Critic Reviews for Look at Me
The pleasure of the film, as in many French films from Renoir to Rohmer, is in the exactitude of observation, the accuracy of the portrait and the elegance of the writing.
Both an implicit protest against the blindness of power and an equally fervent protest against the acquiescence of men and women who are too weak or too compromised to stand up for themselves -- that is, most people.
At best, a most watchable character study of lives that are more interesting than compelling.
[Has] a light, sometimes hilarious touch.
Jaoui sets her wryly observant sights on family, artistic ambition and the tyranny of physical appearance, and the result is a bright, briskly moving film whose modest scale belies the universality of its themes.
An overrated mound of misery.
Audience Reviews for Look at Me
This is about a girl's relationship with her father, who is a famous and wealthy writer. Lolita can't get her father's attention, since he is too self-absorbed to notice her. Most people in her life seem to use Lolita to find a way to meet her father. Her self-esteem is eroded further by being a bit overweight and her beautiful young stepmother. This movie shows human relationships as they are.
Not the best to come out of the French cinema lately but not a bad Sunday afternoon flick to think about self image.
considering this script was a winner at the 2004 Cannes film festival, my expectations for this 'comedy' were much higher than this film's execution. finely acted, wonderfully self-absorbed characters, good script, but something was lost in the translation.
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