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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Nachtreich's rating of the film L'argent

    I primi dieci minuti c.ca sono un poco brutti però. Esatto opposto dell'ultima mezz'ora.

  2. ammar's rating of the film L'argent

  3. Scienceofphantoms's rating of the film L'argent

    Hot to the touch. Detailed as ever, but these details are part of a more chaotic world than Bresson has ever depicted, ruled by violent games of chance and part-objects eluding grasp at every turn. It is, in some way, all about money, but to make a movie about money, Bresson has to forget the forged bills and move on a straight course from innocence to criminality to evil and...back again? Amazing photography.

  4. Diogo Pires's rating of the film L'argent

  5. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film L'argent

    A little kindness goes a long way, Bresson seems to say as L'Argent comes to a close. THEN HE CHANGES HIS FUCKING MIND.

  6. Marc St-Cyr (Death cinéphilia)'s rating of the film L'argent

    Saw it at the Montreal's Cinémathèque. Great crowning achievement. A very bleak way to finish one of the great runs in art history.

  7. James Mackin's rating of the film L'argent

    Good in a depressing way. It's a good last film for Bresson, cause it uses a lot of his tricks effectively.

  8. Johnny Seeker's rating of the film L'argent

    My first Bresson! I think he's good!

  9. Lex Lucas's rating of the film L'argent

    How bad people make a genuine person worst than you could ever believe. This ladder of consequences is what's important here, and it shows that the fault is not directly the murderer's.

  10. revelintheview's rating of the film L'argent

  11. FISCHER's rating of the film L'argent

    - "Grand Prix du Cinéma de Création" Festival de Cannes 1983 ex-aequo avec "Nostalghia" de Tarkovski ... Un film de Bresson fort pessimiste ! www.cinefiches.com

  12. ermete polpette's rating of the film L'argent

  13. En Sangers Bøn's rating of the film L'argent

    We can't go wrong with Bresson but this one lack of poetical dimension to compete with his early film. However it remains a surprising film with a strong critical capacity to examine the motives of criminality. Really twisted and convincing Chabrol-esque ending !

  14. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film L'argent

    7.2/10, my review: http://wp.me/p1eXom-2zP

  15. Marianne Kătelyn's rating of the film L'argent

  16. Andrew Sax's rating of the film L'argent

  17. samuset's rating of the film L'argent

    Transforms your perception of doors. Such transformations only happen with the greatest films/filmmakers (Ozu, Bresson, Tarr, etc.).

  18. HSBilly's rating of the film L'argent

    there's no goodbye for you bresson, only goodnight.

  19. remora's rating of the film L'argent

    An austere "it, tip you're it" played in a toxic environment. Couldn't help to feel anxious at times, uncomfortable throughout the film, yet incredibly allured...

  20. Andrew Miller's rating of the film L'argent

    The ending haunts me still-- turn to the edge of the frame, wait on the arrival of...

  21. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film L'argent

    The trouble with money is that it is simultaneously what makes the world go ‘round and the root of all evil. In this film, it mostly just ruins people’s lives. Bresson rather unforgivingly puts down people’s greediness by showing us a character who is goes from wrongly being accused for producing counterfeit money to murdering a family with an axe. Maybe a little heavy handed, but effective none the less.

  22. Güven Şahinkanat's rating of the film L'argent

    prisons do not enable purification of criminals' sins anywhere in the world. Prisons are enviroment which teaches to prisoners commiting an offense in different formats.

  23. cevausername's rating of the film L'argent

  24. ihor's rating of the film L'argent

    Bresson at perhaps his purest and darkest. A whirl of events showcasing the power unexpected actions can have rapidly unfold. Absent is any substantial character psychology,moments for reflection or any clear reason as minimalism dominates. This bareness is, at times, more frustrating than in Bresson's earlier masterpieces, but the complexity of his study of the individual in society is still incredible.

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