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36 Ratings

Edward and Caroline

Édouard et Caroline

Directed by Jacques Becker
France, 1951


Edouard is a pianist, married with Caroline. One evening, they are invited to Claude’s. Claude is the snobbish uncle of Caroline, his son Alain (as snobbish as his father) is in love with Caroline. They spite Edouard a little because he’s poor.

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Edward and Caroline Directed by Jacques Becker

Critics reviews

Jacques Becker’s underworld pictures remain his most recognized stateside, but this virtually unknown comedy is perhaps his most elegant work and definitely his most classical.
January 11, 2019
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There are touches of humor in almost all of Becker’s films, but Edouard and Carolineis one of his purest comedies. It also contains some very ugly moments, all the more uncomfortable because they are smuggled in among so much charm and so many belly laughs, which come largely courtesy of Vernon, an inspired and natural comic actress who also happens to be a radiant beauty.
August 28, 2018
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