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A comedy about real estate and class differences, this was the biggest hit of Resnais' career in France, superbly capturing Paris in the 90s.
This is a puny benefit for a device that's arbitrary and precious and results in slowing down scenes and conversations for no reason but cuteness.
By the end of the film you've become more than superficially acquainted with six recognizable and complicated individuals. How many movie musicals can make that claim?
Sublime work from an old but still innovative French New Waver.
Densely plotted and endearingly neurotic.
Give Resnais credit for trying something different.
A multi-layered love story and meditation on the natural human condition, where the characters lip sync to famous French songs, current pop, and older music as well, used as inner-monologues, dialogue and thought.
What may have been intended as playful comes off as unbearably leaden and incongruous instead.
A tired tune, conducted by a maestro who appears to be tone-deaf.
In his middle seventies, Resnais is still going full-tilt.
Over the course of its two hours, though, each of the main characters deepens and issues of deception, self-deception, trust, and control in their relationships take on surprising complexity.
The film has its funny moments, but as a satire of the bourgeoisie it's working awfully familiar territory.
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