Le pont des Arts
The film is a love story which tells the impossible tale of two youths who have never before met. The action unrolls in Paris between 1979 and 1980.
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Ayat M (us) wrote: Sweet! had some dialogues there that would really touch your feelings; but i'm afraid it's a one-time watch! but sweet movie.
Tim M (ru) wrote: A who's who of acting talent lead a fantastic David Mamet script in putting together a compelling story without a satisfying ending. There is a fantastic way to film interrogation scenes and then there is this. A brilliant switch to the ways things used to be done. Thank goodness for innovation.
Trent R (ru) wrote: "Everybody comes to Giff's." Tropical riff on another casa that was blanca, with Chuck amuck in a sunken treasure plot against a Nazified Robards and Rey in the role of the police chief with mixed loyalties. As in the original, Bronson's character does not have much of a real romantic rival in McCorkindale. The tension in that aspect coming more from his blotto ex providing some will-they-won't-they tension for him and Sanda. There are some nice, high contrast exteriors, with cheated crane shots providing a meager sense of expanse. JLT largely plays it straight up the middle, though with more humor emerging at the end after a very nice monologue by Robards. It's a real treat for Bronson fans, with him in excellent form and no heavy propaganda after the requisite exoticism is given the once over. Maybe not the most ambitious film from this director or star, but a classic feel and surprisingly less typecast despite the material. This certainly does not deserve the reaction it seems to have garnered upon release, nor the rating barely above that of another Casablanca variation - Barb Wire.
Kim W (ag) wrote: I love this movie, but was sad to see that Netflix (or whomever they get thier movies from) sent out an edited version, without all of the previous lives in it. I plan on complaining to Netflix about this. I remembered the other lives from watching it on tv as a kid.
Steve G (fr) wrote: There was a nihilism about it that left me unsettled. It tries a little hard to be adult & it's a little on the melodramatic side, but I can't say it wasn't memorable. John Barrymore is debonair. Joan Crawford was shockingly appealing. And Garbo was...well, Garbo. Great cast & great performances.