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I’m really enjoying my romp through French cinema. I have a few other blog posts coming in the next few days. For a small town video store, my local has a decent selection of foreign films. L’Heure d’ete (and please forgive my lack of accents, here) is another from Juliette Binoche’s catalogue.

This is one of those Europudding movies that has no plot whatsoever. It’s not necessarily bad, but there’s no driving story, it just kind of meanders through the lives of its characters. (more…)

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When I first heard about this movie, I was convinced I would love it. Juliette Binoche and Jean Reno in a romantic comedy. I was sure I knew how it would go. She would be clever and sharp, he would be charming and suave.

As soon as the movie started, I had deep reservations. She was weak and air-headed, he was frigid and uptight. They were awkward together. It wasn’t exactly romantic sparks with witty banter.

But by the end I was completely charmed. (more…)

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