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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Rafael Fonseca's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

    It is silly & anachronic of me that the first thing I associate with this sprout of the nouvelle vague is mumblecore,a congruence it respects in most but one scene,that first time in the house where Karin talks to the camera about her childhood. A film that lingers and that causes longing,a sentiment floating between the laughs and the bored du vacances. chi-chi frichi, Orouet. it's beautiful i think

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

    Une oeuvre superbe, d'un naturel éblouissant, avec des acteurs étonnants de spontanéité et de présence, sur un ton d'une fraîcheur décoiffante, qui se fait malheureusement rare dans le cinéma actuel qu'il soit hexagonal ou étranger...

  3. David Heslin's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

    Wonderful, uncomfortable film that's as free-verse as the best work of Jean Eustache or Luc Moullet. That's the synopsis to Rozier's Adieu Philippine above, by the way – try "three young women take a vacation on France's Atlantic coast, where they are soon joined by a socially awkward male work colleague who has a crush on one of them".

  4. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

    Where does a newcomer to Rozier's art begin in addressing a film like this, a joyous, expansive, weather-drenched, life-affirming work about the void within the human character? Early on, Kareen addresses the audience & a past which the present overwhelms but can never quite discard. Will a boat capsize? A tracking camera, a hand wave, the magic of the horizon. So much food which may or may not be eaten. Masterpiece.

  5. kartina obskura's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

    3,5 the film itself is structured like a vacation. sometimes feels too long, in parts incredibly irritating and in some like a pleasure, fun and a lifefull inspiration.

  6. Mister No's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

  7. rian's rating of the film Du côté d'Orouët

    i love the mood of this lovely film, kinda remind me of Rohmer's six moral tales, and Caroline Cartier, what a babe..