Vic+Flo Saw a Bear2014
Vic+Flo Saw a Bear (2014)
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as Jackie/Maria St-Jean
as Nicolas Smith
as Emile Champagne
as Charlot Smith
as Yvon Champagne
as Jackie's Assistant
as Go-Kart Driver
as Bar Owner
as The Lover
as The Cadet
Critic Reviews for Vic+Flo Saw a Bear
Ultimately, "Vic + Flo" becomes both horrific and strangely, surreally beautiful, in a final moment in the afternoon sun.
It's all very well to toy with genre elements by making incongruous aesthetic and tonal choices and adding an offbeat sensibility. But the director still needs to make us care about his characters.
The title may sound like a children's book and the bear may be metaphoric, but make no mistake: This is a story with surprisingly great, big teeth.
As Côté dives deeper into these moods, the film turns aggressive and impressionistic, moving from low-key drama to tragicomic fairy tale.
It's an ominous, claustrophobic, unhappily sapphic work whose thunderclap of a climax instills terror and awe of the fates' petty, whimsical cruelties.
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