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The story is about two men who are close friends and fall in love with the same woman.
Messieurs, producers and directors, give her a real part and we will have a great film.'' Francois Truffaut wrote this of Jeanne Moreau in 1957.
One begins to tire of Catherine's indecisiveness and the film ends rather abruptly but these are fairly minor quibbles.
Meh, kind of boring. I figured since it's French New Wave it would be like Godard's Breathless, but to me it was more like an Ingmar Bergman film, just in French instead of... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Greg Scouras
François Truffaut's celebrated love story Jules et Jim represents the French New Wave at its most delightfully accessible. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Film Buff
I loathe this movie because I loathe the world it depicts: Joyless, devoid of intimacy, intellectually constipated and barren, self-regarding. Read morePublished 3 months ago by William R Niedzwiecki
I thought this Criterion homage was the finest ever made . ( That is , until I found the Complete Jacques Tati , also by Criterion . Read morePublished 4 months ago by oldtora
I loved it. One of the best French films I've seen. Now go read someone else's review, because movie reviews aren't my forte'.Published 4 months ago by Sloper Dude
This movie presents a classic borderline personality disorder in the context of a love story. Staged as the "bohemian" lifestyle of the 20s and 30s ... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Marvin M. Kowalewski, PhD