Based on 187 votes and 11 reviews
what a surprise! this audrey toutou is definitly full of "charme" the war story is well counted and what would you do in the same position, some peoples say that when you love someone you can feel his heart! a wonderful film, but do not be too desperate when yousee it... isabelle.B
Amazing story showing the horrors of war, its effect and affect on all and the importance of hope, courage and love. The most wonderful cinematography. A true work of art!
This was the kind of film only Jeunet could make. Unlikely though it may seem, it has a similat pace and feel to Amelie, yet the whimsy and quirkiness work slightly less well here. Jeunet takes a risk by indulging himself in such surrealness against such a grave backdrop, and there are occasions where it sits uneasily. Yet there so much here that is impressive. The landscapes and unusual shots make this a visual experience rarely paralelled in literary adaptations. Tautou is a compelling figure to watch: unconventionally beautiful and an excellent judge of mood. In less accomplished hands the character of Mathilde may have begun to grate; her
Visually beautiful and I really love this stlye of story telling. Audrey is so natural your forget she`s acting. Unique and original. I loved Amelie and loved this too.
If you liked Amelie, you`ll enjoy this movie. Audrey Tautou was delightful and heart-felt as Mathilde. The cinematography was amazing. And the story was told with clips, reminiscent of the art direction in Amelie. I recommend it highly.
Beautiful cinematography and a well-crafted story.
One of the best movies of the year. Soaring. Sublime. Magnificent. Gorgeous in every possible way.
Great movie! Surprise ending, and great love story. THUMBS UP!