this gets progressively worse, to the point where you can’t even fathom it getting worse. it’s the definition of misogyny, but i guess that comes with the time and place. my personal favorite part was when the men kidnapped the women, and then purposefully caused an avalanche so the women were stuck with them!
you literally take the hardest hits outta anybody i ever seen in my life.
this is the most a24 of all a24 movies. i actually really loved all the characters, which i wasn’t expecting to happen. it doesn’t really have much of a story, and sometimes, that’s the best part. other times, it really ruins the experience. this would’ve been great with more music.
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it’s like the tide going out. it rolls out slowly, but it can’t be stopped.
this movie. it gets me so damn emotional every time. i will never stop raving about the satisfying end, that wraps up what the book left to implication. seeing jo holding and admiring her entire life's story in her hands as the slowed-down version of the theme plays in the background with an abrupt cut to black will never fail to make me cry.
you seem to be waiting for something, rather than someone.
this is my first feature length varda film, and i have to say i’m very impressed. so much care was put into this, and it really shows. cléo is a such a fun character that i absolutely love. the script was realistic, while also maintaining the feeling of poetry. agnès could easily become anyone favorite director.