Cleo From 5 to 7

Cleo From 5 to 7
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I think wonderful would be an understatement to describe this film. Something that stood out for me the most was the internal monologues of the actors that were shown in contrast to how they actually behaved and what they actually said, causing a spill-over between the two. Cleo's transition ...Read more

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Found this one incredibly moving and wonderfully alive. The style is inimitable.

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Mark M.

Incredible film, she evolves from an object into person. The dialogue between Florence and Antoine is poetic and profound.

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Absolute marvelous film.

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Absolument charmante! Absolutely charming. Magical, whimsical, great characterisation. Of Chloe, of the people surrounding her, la ville de Paris aussi. So full of life. Loved the interaction between Florence and Antoine. But where were the credits at the end?. That was an unpleasant ...Read more

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Agitated and agitating.

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Frank Sherman

I just heard the news about this director. VERY sad. I think that I'll watch this movie soon. Buster has almost healed and it is almost spring, meaning there will be an easier time to drive to town, pickup my things. Just do my life AGAIN!!!!!

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Mei Mei


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Quite possibly the greatest film ever made.

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The long street scenes remind me of "Roma."

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A classic! Agnes Varda's direction is a revelation (the only real female director of note from French New Wave), and I really loved it.

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Marguerite Duras and Daniele Huillet are going to haunt you.

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Frank Sherman

Does it honestly get more classic than this. CRiterion.

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What a lovely film that transports you to that time and place. Classic for a reason!

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I enjoyed watching this movie. It felt like I was party to her worries and dreads.

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The star of this movie is Jeffrey.

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Exquisite cinematography!

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The star of this movie is Paris.

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I saw this film years ago and it stayed with. I always ask cinophiles if they know it. I love Michel Le Grand and all of the cast. The score is so lovely and matches so well the final scenes. Perfection.

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Definitely NOT boring at all! A moving masterpiece by an amazing director.

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Thats not what Lynn said....

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For her yes it is boring she is from New York. She likes blockbusters

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it's a great movie, of course. a true classic.
but i found the subtitles maddeningly out of sync with the dialogue. often the subtitles were delayed, meaning they would appear while a different character was speaking.
i would assume that is how they appear on the criterion discs ...Read more

Minami avatar

Hi Mark, glad you enjoyed the film and thanks for bringing this error to our attention. Our team took a look at this and was able to resync the subtitles. If you are experiencing any other issues or have any questions, please let us know at Read more

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thanks for the quick response & resolution, & for letting me know.

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Looking at the world through Agnes Varda's lens makes me happy.

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I forgot to say how much I love Agnes Varda!

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After making this film, what happened to Corrine Marchand? There's little about her on IMDB site. Great to see Paris in the 1960s. It looks fairly civilized, compared to today.

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Always, I am at home with her work. In love, forever.

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Do you live with Agnes?

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exhilirating -camera is so alive

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