Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Umbrellas of Cherbourg
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Frank Sherman

The trailer is still VERY Good. The colors are very good. as for the movie. EXCELLENT. French is my favorite non-American speaking language. I have very early memories of my mother putting on records (showing my age) for French lessons. She would listen to them over and over again before ...Read more

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Merci Michel Legrand. Je vous aime depuis que l'ete de '42. Tu me manque.

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LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Classic story, but, told (sung) framed, shot and art directed so beautifully!

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Beautiful, melodramatic, and romantic with some fun transitions thrown in. All you need for a great movie.

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Saw the movie years ago when I was very young and it made me cry. A real soap of a story and poor acting, but I love the vivid colors and the music by Michel Legrand wins you over. Without that emotional music, the film would probably never have won the Golden Palm in Cannes.

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I don't know why I always put this movie off; have even seen Lola, Jacques' "prequel" to Umbrellas. Very very glad I finally gave it a watch. Beautiful and vivid, both visually and emotionally.

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I saw this movie in the theater in the 70's. Beautiful then, & beautiful now. Music just takes you away. If you love pastel colors-------------

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Absolutely gorgeous, with beautiful colors, cinematography, and music. Clearly a huge influence on modern musicals especially La La Land, so if you were a fan of that film, this is definitely one to check out.

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What a great movie. It is unique.

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If it's a CLASSIC. Then the chances are I at least know about it. I've known about this film fyor MANY years. Oddly enough, I've never seen it. BUT if you go to Youtube you can find online right there, the trailer. Eyes to god, I've seen the trailer upwards of twenty times

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