aure-atika,Mademoiselle Chambon [Blu-ray], Mademoiselle Chambon [DVD] [2010] [Region 1], Copacabana [DVD] [Canadian], OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies [2008] [Multilingual] [Region 1], Fear(s) of the Dark [2008] [Region 1] [030306931098]
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"[With] beautifully intimate cinematography....By the end, the question of whether familial responsibility or passionate spontaneity will win out is genuinely suspenseful."Film Comment "[An] exquisitely acted film....The performances by Mr. Lindon and Ms. Kiberlain, who were once married, are so completely lived-in that you feel that you may know them intimately..."New York Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "MADEMOISELLE CHAMBON offers the kind of intimate, naturalistic look at human interaction that recalls the heyday of Eric Rohmer."Box Office "[D]eeply moving....An exquisite chamber piece made with the kind of sensitivity and nuance that's become almost a lost art."Los Angeles Times39.96064

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"[With] beautifully intimate cinematography....By the end, the question of whether familial responsibility or passionate spontaneity will win out is genuinely suspenseful."Film Comment "[An] exquisitely acted film....The performances by Mr. Lindon and Ms. Kiberlain, who were once married, are so completely lived-in that you feel that you may know them intimately..."New York Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "MADEMOISELLE CHAMBON offers the kind of intimate, naturalistic look at human interaction that recalls the heyday of Eric Rohmer."Box Office "[D]eeply moving....An exquisite chamber piece made with the kind of sensitivity and nuance that's become almost a lost art."Los Angeles Times39.89708

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"OSS 117: CAIRO, NEST OF SPIES is a loving spoof of Cold War espionage thrillers, done with a spot-on-recreation of the look, sound and feel of a genuine 1950s Technicolor production."Los Angeles Times "[T]he film does a witty job of replicating the hermetic, overlit shot language of '60s studio movies." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly "A spy movie spoof with a difference....Breezy, goofy, pastel-colored fun..."Premiere 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]ts on-target mock-up of the '60s espionage aesthetic should raise chuckles with anyone with a fondness for the the Connery years..."Total Film 3 stars out of 5 -- "Jean Dujardin plays the spy with a mix of vacuous suavity and condescension that makes his investigation of the murder of a comrade all the more hilariously inept."Empire39.51574

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t draws real menace from its moody visuals....Much of the creepiness here comes from the artistic license granted by the animated format."Total Film "Each segment offers a different style of drawing....The standout comes from Richard McGuire, who manages something like a noirish Pink Panther cartoon in his tale..."Sight and Sound "Shot in luminous whites, pulsing blacks and gorgeous grays, the stories explore sexual insecurity, rural superstition and sociopolitical anxieties with an inventiveness that's seldom scary but never less than mesmerizing."New York Times 3 stars out of 5 -- "The results are individually inventive....Charles Burns' offers the best creep-out, warping a tale of possessive love into clammy bodyhorror."Empire "FEAR(S) OF THE DARK, a stylish French anthology film, represents an inventive foray into the darker realms of animation. Half a dozen directors from America and Europe contribute stories to this tasty potpourri."Hollywood Reporter39.51574

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"[A] dizzy, gratifying experience..." Entertainment Weekly "[E]lectrifying....[T]he film is a well-timed gift; it's also essential viewing." New York Times "Audiard's style, handheld and close to the characters, is keyed to Tom's jazzed energy." Film Comment "[With] a performance of furious, splintering intensity from Keitel at the quivering peak of his early form." Sight and Sound 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] gritty and sharply observed study of a life lived at opposing extremes..." Uncut [A] French-language remake of James Tobacks film-noir drama FINGERS....This one investigates the unfulfilled potential of the first one so thoroughly, and develops it so audaciously, that it qualifies as a reinvention.Wall Street Journal0.317786

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