Critic Reviews for Tonnerre
A career-stalled rock musician, leaving Paris for his small hometown of Tonnerre, falls in love and falls apart in Guillaume Brac's engrossingly nuanced character study.
This low-key effort is somewhat tonally inconsistent, yet its strong performances and naturalistic setting make for an intriguing New Wave-ish dramedy that deserves a look.
This low-key psychodrama is light on narrative development but rich in observations of character
Neither the characters nor the plot are sufficiently substantial to carry the film and the actors seem uncertain about their roles and what is expected of them.
A spunky and sad story of the toll of obsessive love on a musician.
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