Tu Dors Nicole2015
Tu Dors Nicole (2015)
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Critic Reviews for Tu Dors Nicole
Lafleur's film is a quiet trifle that sneaks up on you, like a pleasant dream you might have and then gradually forget. Its very slightness is its greatest weapon.
Martin is as desperate to grow up as Nicole is reluctant to take the next step. Both are at a crossroads that this wonderful, lighter-than-air movie depicts as a major turning point.
Director Stéphane Lafleur shoots in black and white with a sure and delicate eye.
The night scenes are particularly resonant, mixing humour, suspense and textured visuals. This is the kind of film dream from which you feel reluctant to wake.
Tu Dors Nicole accurately recreates that feeling of youth when the summer seemed like it would last forever. As the French say, it's très drôle.
Audience Reviews for Tu Dors Nicole
A young woman directionlessly and disaffectedly spends a summer. Quebec has made one of the "most French" movies I have ever seen. Long shots, subtext-driven scenes, disaffected characters, existential angst - all the trappings are there, and yet even the most inaccessible of French cinema has an energy that's missing from Tu Dors Nicole. Overall, it's so subtle and pretentious that it will probably win an Oscar.
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