Mary Poppins Returns
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A beautiful narrative of self-discovery, elegant in its simplicity; Rohmer doesn't have to push hard on his basic premise to find extraordinary meaning.
What might easily feel loose and inconsequential ends up feeling like sly magic.
Now here's a summer movie to get excited about.
Eric Rohmer's 1986 drama may be the finest example of his supple and prickly artistry.
Summer initially seems slight, but it's a movie of uncommon sensitivity and emotional reserves.
Along with My Night at Maud's, the movie is one of Rohmer's masterpieces. It is also, in its small, stubborn way, one of the bravest movies I know.
Le rayon vert is one of Éric Rohmer's greatest studies of light, voices, and mercurial human sensation.
Some films exist in a vacuum. Others, like Le rayon vert, the fifth tale in Éric Rohmer's Comedies and Proverbs series, are destined to have a seismic impact on the cinema that comes after it.
A perspicaciously empathetic study of solitude, depression and anxiety.
A lovely, gentle film.
A film which is at once nothing and everything.
I've seen "Le rayon vert" at least five times, and when I saw it again a few days ago, the beauty of its complex structure struck me once again, combining as it does the rationalism of moral convictions with the almost superstitious belief in fate.
this film was released in 1986 actually, and it's the rohmer film for folks who don't like rohmer much. i'm not his biggest fan but he certainly has a gift for making mundane conversations interesting and whiny characters sympathetic. very enjoyable
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