GuyMercier wrote:as a hero ? certainly
all this woman has for problems is...finding out her husband was unfaithful, etc)...
Eierdiebe wrote:...and i take serious issue with his statement that the film is inferior to the novel..
Rick Reuben wrote:Somebody has posted a tribute to Mouchette on youtube...but the person who made it set it to a 3 Doors Down song.
erskine wrote:I had to watch one of his movie, when I was in a catholic school, at a religious lesson (!!!).
The movie (don't remember the name of it) was gloomy, and the 'debate' that follows was worse.
What I recall is that it exposed a lot of clichés that western people have about Poland, and eastern communist Europe in general: upset, depressed people, living in a tyrannical, absurd political system; in opposition to the glorious western world, where everyone is free, happy and wealthy..
erskine wrote:I guess it was one of the Decalogue film.
It had a sexual issue (impotency).
sparky wrote:I think that was "White" then - he is a hairdresser being divorced and humiliated by his French wife at the start, isn't he?
Horse_ebooks wrote:There is no form or method. There is only emotion.
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