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Loulou is a bravura French comedy of manners and morals -- or, if you will, lack of them -- which freely explores new and occasionally unconventional and unfamiliar attitudes toward sex, love, romance and life.
This examination of class, love and sexual politics is full of nuanced observations of character, even as its narrative staggers and reels like a drunk negotiating a dark road.
Attractive leads and an unusual story approach outweigh the flm's defects.
Loulou is a dance macabre of three individuals trying to decide whether or not they want to change their lives.
The sensuality in this movie derives from the vagabond lifestyle of both main characters,that supernatural entity inside their souls spreading like a favorable narcotic during their sexual excavations/lustful adventures and certainly,the minimal financial situation they have to deal with.Pialat just loves torturing emotions..
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