Andrew | A.J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Jacques Demy plays with geography and plot beats better than anyone I've ever seen. This is a brilliantly fun movie, especially watching the characters just miss each other, and then tearing your hair out and smiling all at once because it's so damn beautiful.
This film has better cinematography than a lot of films today, and it was made in the 60s. Demy was so ahead of his time, and still is ahead of a lot of directors.
Les demoiselles de Rochefort is a masterpiece, the kind of summer fun that I'll revisit on hot afternoons for decades to come.