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Leila

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

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Lynn

boring

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Mark

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

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Minami

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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Mark

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

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Madeleine

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

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Russell

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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Kathryn

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

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Cedar

Lovely.

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Anonymous

exhilirating -camera is so alive

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