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This is a film that will keep you gripped until the end. Fabrics Lucchini is great in his character of bitter yet enthusiastic French professor. His duet with his pupil is very intelligent, constantly swinging your opinion about who's being manipulated. However I still don't understand the imposition of uniforms in the story. Unless it signifies they're all sheep, like Lucchini's character points out, and even their private lessons aren't that extraordinary.
beautiful photography and settings. Shame the English bits are barely audible. it could have done with a bit of dialogues to help comprehension.
I just love this film. It makes me feel fun, sexy and open for life.
I absolutely loved it!!! Sooooooo funny!!! There are some seriously classic phrases in there!! So run for it, it's worth it!!
Sensational. Full of emotions, the ones that only a good story bring to you. Moreover this one is real. Marion Cotillard really deserved her Oscar amongst all the other awards that she received.
I really like this movie. It's a good call to our senses, to tell us to use our brains and not just accept what's fed to us by television and media in general. Rebellion and criticism are never futile and always necessary.
This movie made me laugh a lot, there were a lot of funny things about Marion's boho parents and the narrow mind of some french people, the bourgeoisie... It takes most of the clichÃ©s away (no accordÃ©on, thank god for that!). My only problem would be the lack of chemistry between the two main characters.
Great movie on how we are all different and all the same essentially. All we want is to love and be loved. Sometimes it can have dramatic consequences. It's also a theory about all is linked.
Above all, sadly, it tells the consequences of a lack of communication and, as a result, the suffering and pain. BABEL is how people don't know how to live together.
Very good; you cry, laugh, sympathise. You feel, and you feel alive. It's fantastic.
Interesting. I like the direction and Jude Law's acting and prestance.