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Such a bizarre, lovely movie just begging to be misunderstood by people taking it way too seriously. Very tongue-in-cheek and deftly constructed.
kind of surreal and ethereal and very french. but the subtitles were really hard to read.
bountiful bucolic beauty; one finds it hard to believe this movie came from rohmer, one of france's best directors, when it feels like a dream(y) highschool r&j-esque play...
ok, you get the picture *wink*
silly rubbish, really! but Celadon is both pretty & handsome!! LOL
A beautifully rendered, philosophically informed love story from Rohmer. The film begins with a compelling and dramatic exchange that helps keep the film moving through some of the more philosophical dialogue later. Rohmer's film reflects deeply on the nature of true love, of union with another, and with the existence and nature of God.
celadon non è COSI' bello e dai, anche se gli metti una coperta in testa non sembra una donna é_è
Not recommend for "american pie movie" lovers...
Film littÃ©raire sur l'incomprÃ©hension amoureuse mÃªme lorsqu'on Ã©prouve des sentiments rÃ©ciproques. Une histoire ludique qui s'amuse des genres des Ã©poques et du verbe. Un ovni cinÃ©matographique trÃ¨s frais rÃ©alisÃ© par Ãric Rohmer Ã l'Ã¢ge de 87 ans (comme quoi...). A voir.
the ending was perfect.
Cette idée de retourner aux sources est autant splendide qu'elle en devient quelque peu redondante. Malgré tout, on souligne l'effort et on apprécie jusqu'à ce qu'on ne soit plus capable de tolérer la mascarade.