The Painter and the Thief
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A unique and wonderful film.
I LOVE THIS MOVIE! I am a huge fan of Gordon and Abel.
So trash the acting is awful. The plot is so weird. The grandma smashes the homeless guy in her granddaughters tent
Fun film! We laughed at the old fashioned high jinx.
Lost In Paris is a lovely quirky comedy about a a woman who goes to Paris to look after her ageing aunt. When she arrives, the aunt is out and she goes for a look at the city. All sorts of completely sensible madness ensue from falling in the river twice to climbing the Eiffel Tower and a truly wonderful dance in a floating restaurant.
THe acting and, indeed, the entire film is charming to an almost Amelie extent and I find it hard to figure who wouldn't enjoy it.
Absolutely recommended for everyone and I have so tried not to reveal the details.
commedia vivace. Tanti tratti dell'esercizio del clown.
Bella trama, molto connessa e poco ripetitiva.
Musiche poco scelte, ma ritmo ugualmente pronunciato, soprattutto nel finale.
Alcune scene molto lunghe, ma sicuramente omaggio al teatro / cinema (Scena dei piedi)
Enjoyable mania with some laugh out load slapstick.
Sweet, charming, and very funny.
a cross between wes anderson and amelie, this quirky piece tells the story of a canadian niece looking for her lost aunt in paris. the characters are everything. The best funny piece around.
I feels as though Charlie Chaplin, Wes Anderson and Jean Jeunet were the inspiration. The film just doesn't gel and ends up a mish-mash of irritating slapstick routines, vignettes and frustrating pratfalls. Thankfully it is less than 90 minutes long.