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I feel like I need to go see the movie again to fully understand it.
One of his most abstract but alluring films, The Double Life Of Veronique is filled with some of the most beautiful and unique images (and music) caught on film.
Suddenly in France, Veronique is stricken with a strange feeling, and stops taking her lessons.
I saw this originally many years ago - but recently re-watched the Criterion Blu-ray edition, and was quite blown-away by the immaculate presentation of the "Double-Life of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Book & Music thief, from HI
Lots of surface beauty with no substance. The director is obviously in love with the actress. If you want to see a very pretty young French woman, clothed and unclothed, in scene... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Promise
Love it. An original, beautiful, poignant, and smart film.
The 2nd additional interviews are interesting as well.
SOMETIMES FILM IS A JOURNEY INTO THE SUBCONSCIOUS ( AS IN BERGMAN ) AND SOMETIMES A JOURNEY IN THE IMAGINATION ( AS IN ANTONIONI ). Read morePublished 8 months ago by BHS
A landmark cinema experience. Wonderfully acted. Beautifully directed. Take home this film from the Criterion Collection if you get the chance.Published 10 months ago by M. Damron
This movie haunted me from the first time I saw it. It is a wonderful film with great acting from Irene Jacob.Published 14 months ago by E M Vicente
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Criterion presents their licensed films in their original aspect ratios (with the exception of The Last Emperor, which has been altered by the cinematographer). The Double Life of Veronique is presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.66:1, filling the entire vertical frame of a 16x9 television... Read More
Mar 12, 2012 by Deviation | See all 2 posts
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Have you contacted Criterion? They have contact links at their site: criterion.com.
Aug 2, 2011 by Lee R. | See all 2 posts