Mood Indigo

2013, Drama/Romance, 1h 34m

110 Reviews 2,500+ Ratings

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Mood Indigo is far from Michel Gondry's most compelling work, but it doesn't skimp on the visual whimsy and heartfelt emotion fans have come to expect. Read critic reviews

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A man (Romain Duris) sees his fortune dwindle after his wife (Audrey Tautou) develops a strange condition requiring that she always be surrounded by fresh flowers, or she will die.

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  • Sep 28, 2015
    Gondry displays his usual visual creativity to bring us this surreal universe where abstract is made literal, but his overstuffed narrative has absolutely no structure and it is impossible not to feel exhausted with such a distracting amount of nonsensical elements thrown in at every second.
    Carlos M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 09, 2015
    Two young people meet, fall in love and marry, then she develops a terminal illness. However, in the hands of Gondry, it's a delight to watch.
    Marcus W Super Reviewer
  • May 05, 2015
    So much pointless whimsy. Creative multimedia films like "Bunny and the Bull" and "The Science of Sleep" use fantastical papier mache set pieces to represent some kind of distance between the characters and their imagined lives, but this film's twee arts and crafts hardly pertain to the story. The conflict indicated in the IMDb synopsis doesn't even come until halfway through the movie.
    Alice S Super Reviewer
  • Apr 28, 2015
    A man and woman fall in love, but then she inhales a snowflake and starts to die. As much as I loved Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, I obviously hated The Green Hornet and didn't much care for The Science of Sleep. So I guess you could say that director Michel Gondry's particular brand of quirk is hit and miss but mostly miss for me. The special effects-laden morning routines of the protagonist and the goofy will-they-won't-they-but-you-really-know-they-will-because-plot courtship doesn't do anything to charm, and when the second act death march starts, the quirk takes a turn to the maudlin. When the film ends, there's not much to say about it besides "Well ... shit," and I didn't know whether I was describing the events or the film. Overall ... well ... shit.
    Jim H Super Reviewer

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