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Pierrot le fou is the most beatiful movie, i have ever seen.
I certainly love the look and even people who hate artsy cinematic snobbery like Pierrot Le Fou can sit still for awhile and just look at the pretty pictures.
For many viewers familiar with Godard and his work, many believe this is Godard's way of using characters to flesh out his true feelings about society.
It is a major work of French cinema. Should be in the film library of all who enjoy the cinema.Published 6 months ago by Roberto Nogueira
One of the most obtuse of Jean Luc Goddard's french new wave films. The subtleties of the film make it visually beautifully in respect to costume and cinematography but hard to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nneya S. Richards
Make some popcorn, snuggle up to your partner, cat, dog, teddybear whatever and get ready for a cinematic treat. Goddard is a genius! Read morePublished 12 months ago by jiiah
its all in the details with Godard films. love the use of color and the subtle violence. Its fun to watch, there's no emotion attached to the characters, its the experience of the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by michelle
A GREAT WORK STILL NOT EASY TO CATCH THE SYNOPSIS TODAY, BUT I LIKE IT ANYWAY. CRITERION'S TRANSFER ALMOST DUBBED THE STUDIOCANAL BLURAY, AND IT'S ALL RIGHT.Published 13 months ago by HAN XIAO
Product was in great condition when I got it. It would appear Arkadin cares very much for the service he provides. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Seth Bryon Shively
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|Pete the Madman?||
It is the commedia dell'arte character. A more accurate translation is "Pierrot the Fool." Pierrot being the naive, lovestruck, melancholy clown oblivious to reality. Hence the reference to Belmondo's character.
Feb 16, 2008 by Peter | See all 2 posts
|BD is still available at Criterion.com||
Thanks for the message! I already ordered some extra copies.
Feb 19, 2010 by Taylor T. Carlson | See all 5 posts
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