Amelie
The feel-good movie that romps around early 20th century Montmartre with the colorful Amelie.
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The Dreamers
May 1968 in Paris comes alive in this coming of age story in turbulent, revolutionary times. A great film by Bertolucci. Be sure to check out the extras on the DVD!
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Les Miserables
A surprisingly good version starring Niam Leeson and Geoffrey Rush.
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Diva
The classic early 1980’s French-pop-cool film’s brilliant colors still dazzle.
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Two or Three Things I know About Her
Jean Luc-Godard’s masterpiece about the dehumanization of French society as a result of incompatible social and cultural pressure.
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In Praise of Love
Godard’s elegant meditation on Paris at the end of the 20th century is a postmodern criticism of western civilization.
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Jean de Florette / Manon of the Spring
The two films based on the powerful two-part novel by Marcel Pagnol. This pastoral, authentic, and vividly-staged cinematic morality tale is deeply moving.
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The Lacemaker
Claude Goretta’s wonderful film starring Isabelle Huppert is based on the 1974 Prix Goncourt winning novel La Dentellière by Pascal Lainé.
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La Cage Aux Folles
If you liked The Bird Cage why not go see the French original?
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