Hilarious, cute and actually not (too) soapy, I really enjoyed it. It really does make you want to live in New York in the sixties...
I don't know why I really like that film, it's not a particularly spectacular film, it seemed a bit too familiar to too many and rightly so, but, I don't know, it moves me. The couple Emmanuelle Devos and Gabriel Byrne is quite improbable actually, and it's probably one of the main reason it moves me.
I like Emmanuelle Devos's character desperatly trying to struggle throughout the whole film, not actually belonging anywhere not even to the sad and somewhat…
A bit disapointed at the scenario and the general content of film, I thought that what was a stake the issue of the film was a lot less interesting than the previous one. Although all the actors were all good there was something missing, some depth to the whole film maybe?
Guess I'll probably watch it again, I'll need a second opinion I think.
Since today is the third time I went to see it I think it would actually be a good idea to talk about it. I think the last part is my real favourite, possibly everyone's favourite; I've been so amazed, thrilled, out of breath every time I saw it. The first time I saw it I thought literally my heart was gonna explode at the very end. The zooming every time he played the drum, the filming of the final concert, truly a real pleasure to watch it and re-watch it again.