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It's a case of boy meets girl meets girl till death us do part and then everyone realizes what boy really wants.
If you like cine-art type films and are not going to roll your eyes when the characters calmly start singing their lines and threesomes, homosexuality and bisexuality don't freak you out...then by all means buy this film to add to your collection. I did after viewing on cable and I love it!
A love triangle - sadness and love are the main theme of the movie
Great Paris shots - color and black and white - the streets - cafes - cigarettes .............. you are transported in Paris by nights most of the time.
It is the photography and musicality that makes this movie a piece of art - sometimes compared to the "parapluies de cherbourg" because of the songs styles - but for the rest we are in 2008 and deep in it.
This is VERY french, with a real style that is unique and will probably be a Classic in its genre.
If you want a trip to Paris with love stories - this is the one to get
"Love Songs" is a star turn for Louis Garrel, and he does an admirable job as Ismael. It helps that he is a beautiful man and a talented actor, as is especially demonstrated in two scenes where he plays parlor games (charades and puppeteering) for an amused audience that show off his expressive range. His character Ismael gets put through an emotional wringer as in a fairly short order of time he experiences a wide variety of different types of loving relationships, from the casual to the committed, with a variety of different people. Louis Garrel performs the role admirably, but one of the shortcomings of the movie is that it tries to do too much: any one of Ismael's relationships could have generated its own movie. Or maybe that is the point, at the end of the day: that is just the way that life is for young adults in the City of Light.
Ludivine Sagnier fans, of which I am most definitely one, will be a bit disappointed with "Love Songs", as the film definitely belongs to Garrel, not Sagnier. Sagnier's is a supporting role, and one which requires her to look wan and disinterested at a critical juncture, which does not play to her strength as a vibrant fun-loving woman. Clotilde Hesme is given a more carefree, impish role, and she does a fine job with it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting use of song in a film. Nice storyline. A feel good film if you are comfortable with alternative lifestyles.Published 4 months ago by Darla Bayer
I love this movie. It makes me feel pretty much every emotion possible. The storyline is odd, but there's so many relatable moments. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kelly Garmon
I love this film - its a wonderful story that will make you laugh - cry - and cheer for the main chacter as he just tries to work through a terrible loss and discovers he can love... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Shao
This is such a great movie. The love story is here is so heartfelt. Big plus is the soundtrack.Published 13 months ago by Jesse K. Dotson
very good movie - shows how there is always hope for new love when you lose an old onePublished 20 months ago by Diane B
Since the first time I saw this movie I felt in love with the plot and the 10eme arrondissement in ParisPublished 23 months ago by Alex Giron Gordillo
You know, critically you can find a million things to criticize this movie on, but for me, these things just didn't factor in to how much I loved this little film. Read morePublished on July 3, 2014 by Victoria
Take the title literally - the characters keep breaking into song - long songs. It's a novel way to handle a plot but I didn't care for it, though I see it's value. Read morePublished on February 18, 2014 by Tinypaws
The story line was thin and the characters were not fully developed. It was difficult to get involved in the film.Published on January 23, 2014 by Keiko