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It's not entirely clear what this faithful, slightly creaky new rendering, adapted and directed by the actor Daniel Auteuil, has to offer.
Not just cinéma de papa, but cinema de grand-papa.
Marius... is all protracted setup, taking 94 minutes to tell the same basic story that the soft-rock 1970s hit "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" manages in just three.
Utterly delightful, almost uncanny in its perfect period confidence and brio, this is a reminder once more of why we love French films.
Daniel Auteuil's less exercising diligent homage than indulging troglodytic cinephilia.
Worth taking in for the performances alone, this modest film feels like the product of another era.
A surprising resurrection of the old Pagnol tale, its a tad stagey but charming with it.
Despite its very Gallic blend of amour and ennui, it's as if a Sunday-night British TV series had crossed the Channel.
There's a certain group of cosy words, including nostalgic, warm and gentle that have a tendency to damn with faint praise, and yet all of them apply to Daniel Auteuil's charming (there's another one) adaptation of Marcel Pagnol's Marius.
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