Vivre sa vie

Vivre sa vie
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Murtaza

hi i love this film

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Soraya

Great movie, I loved it. Watching it was taking a trip into another world.

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Brandon

If you're a young woman, or really this holds true for anyone, and a man begins proselytizing about Plato and Hegel, I suggest you GTFO of the situation and trust your own knowledge. Also relevant in situations when one is compared to a painting or other such work of art/object.

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Frank Sherman

Buster hasn't woken in up for hours. Maybe now he will. After this classic.

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Hector

Joseph who commented on skipping the first ten minutes of the film should have looked carefully to the reflection in the mirror and through the windows of that scene. Think of those whose aspirations never are reached. I'm sure Joseph has succeed in life without any downfalls.

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Robin

Devastated this isn't available in my terrority! I'd love to see the whole thing and not snippets on YouTube!

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Gregory

I loved this.
It does need to be experienced.
It does force you to take it on its own terms.
And even though Barry Jenkins acknowledges Won Kar Wai as a primary influence, there seems to be some Godard in Jenkins as well.
I was devastated.

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Brandon

Most of the influences Jenkins seems to have mentioned would probably acknowledge Godard in any case (Kar-Wai especially, though comparing the two gives one a lot more credit than deserved...).

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Gregory

If I had tried to watch this movie in my 20s I would have tried to "understand" it.
Now - I just have the emotions and self evaluations.

Camille
Gigi, etc

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JOSEPH

loof

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Alex

hello comment section you are incredible for a premium platform that colleges subscribe to in the name of cultural education.

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Jim

The individual scenes put together tell the sad story of a young lost girl and her desperate fall into the world of prostitution. She was very introspective and non-trivial, which made the ending so much more poignant. Being in B&W added to the film the same way B&W photography adds ...Read more

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Pamela

The camera loves Karina's face.

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JOSEPH

Skipped the back to the camera acting for the first ten minutes or so. an insult to the viewer. Should have skipped the rest too.

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Charlie

fool

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Sahan

I watched it a few times to get as much out of it as I could. Considering the time of its release, it's a revolutionary movie. It's not so much about the storyline as it is about the attitude in making the film. Excellent.

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Sahan

I had to watch the film a few times to understand the subtleties. It's worth it.

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Gabrielle

Sublime

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Mary

This is my favorite movie of all time, I first saw it at 21 years old. Only a year or two before I left a lackluster, flat & cultureless part of the U.S.A to escape the entrapment of a predatorial marriage I was manipulated into, sadly leaving my own two children to pursue a life outside ...Read more

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Angel

Pendeja.

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Anonymous

just another self-indulgent godard film

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Brandon

just another self-indulgent comment

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jeffrey

Ok. Perhaps. But, so?

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Anonymous

lol

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