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There were spontaneous moments, but I was a little disappointed with the lack of romance in this film. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel Smith
Jules et Jim has a particularly remarkable performance from Jeanne Moreau as the whirlwind that spins the two eponymous characters like rag dolls, only to leave them bedraggled and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by schumann_bg
Rather dated movie - not as much of interest as I'd hoped, but with sub-titles easy to follow whilst trying out my French.Published 17 months ago by Angela
Just a perfect old black and white movie to watch on rainy days, or dark night.
was watching the beiderbecke tapes when they mentioned this film, amazon is so brill for... Read more
Easy on the eye and ear..lovely French language and scenery. But the moral side is dubious. IMO.
A fine looking woman, decides to screw, in both senses, the two... Read more
This was an avant-garde Black and White Film, by Francois Truffaut in 1962, based on a novel by Henri-Pierre Roche. Read morePublished on 18 Sept. 2011 by Derek Vernon-morris
One of the most prominent films of the French New Wave; with the scene of the three main characters running across the bridge, arguably being one of the most iconic images of the... Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2011 by M. Wood
Strange, iconic and unforgettable this is most definitely not Hollywood. Beloved of students, this is in turns funny, thought provoking and heartbreaking. A must watch.Published on 1 Jan. 2011 by Phillip Biro