Keywords: #2003 Productions #A Very Long Engagement #Audrey Tautou #Gaspard Ulliel #Jean-Pierre Jeunet #Jodie Foster #Tapioca Films #Warner Bros.
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July 11, 2005 A Very Long Engagement is every bit the fantasy, the fairy tale, that Amelie was, yet we are expected to take it seriously. I couldn't.Read in Source
July 30, 2007 Filmmaker Jeunet applies his aestheticized approach (which worked well for Amelie) to a WWII melodrama to some mixed results.Read in Source
July 16, 2005 Jean-Pierre Jeunet represents that select group of filmmakers who treat special effects as their own art.Read in Source
Minneapolis Star Tribune
December 21, 2004 Merging heart-wrenching emotions with quirky humor and splicing bloody war footage with goofy comedy, the movie mixes vastly disparate elements into a surprisingly smooth blend.Read in Source
July 28, 2005 It's a romantic epic, an intense and gripping look at WWI, and a nifty little mystery-quest all rolled into one.Read in Source
Detroit Free Press
December 22, 2004 The comic-dramatic divide of A Very Long Engagement is difficult to traverse, much less conquer. It's simply hard to be charmed with all those corpses scattered about.Read in Source
Draxblog Movie Reviews
July 21, 2005 a successful genre combination of a war film, period romance, detective story and black comedyRead in Source
November 22, 2010 As in any fable, there are spires, towers and moats, and it's a spellbinding saga - a macabre dance choreographed by its romance's throbbing heart. Mathilde and Manech's love left its mark in many places, so why not the grungiest and war-torn?Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...