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  1. Ghostman's rating of the film Loulou

    Featuring Huppert & Depardieu at their youthful prime, Loulou is a raw & intimate romantic drama. I liked the way he honestly showed the differences between the characters; in class, profession, desire, behavior, & outlook. I liked the way he told the story. And the ending was oddly touching. Sometimes all you really need in life is someone to walk you back home when you're wasted. A deeply felt piece of cinema.

  2. Louisa Savignon's rating of the film Loulou

    3.5 // never loses its elegance, even when a drunk-barely-can-stand-up loulou walks towards the ending. nice look on bourgeoisie and wishful thinking

  3. samuraiargento's rating of the film Loulou

    Pialat no hace "pequeños films", cuenta pequeñas historias sobre personas comunes y por medio de su relato, nos descubre lo extraordinario que existe en todas las vidas. No se pone -ni nos pone- en el lugar de un científico examinando una muestra en el microscopio o de un dios juzgando su obra, por el contrario, nos aproxima en puntas de pié, sin intervenir en las vidasde Loulou y Nancy y nos invita a sentir

  4. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film Loulou

    Huppert/Depardieau is one of the great pairings in cinema.

  5. NicoIlGermanico's rating of the film Loulou

  6. Ludovic72's rating of the film Loulou

    Loulou le voyou fait ce qui lui plaît, Nelly s'ennuie avec son mari. Quand ils se croisent, ça fait du jazz... Pialat ne s'est pas trop embarrassé de crédibilité dans les détails, il a surtout montré le choc entre bourgeoisie et pauvreté, entre pseudo-liberté et contrainte assumée. Rien de vraiment neuf, même en 1980 ! L'intérêt réside plutôt dans le beau trio d'acteurs et dans les dialogues fleuris "à la Audiard".

  7. Juan Javier's rating of the film Loulou

  8. Vítor Freire Zannin's rating of the film Loulou

    "Loulou" gives cynicism a nice pair of hot blooded emotion... or balls.

  9. Paul Rot's rating of the film Loulou

  10. Elinor Lewy's rating of the film Loulou

    Huppert and Depardieu don't disappoint, but the film was altogether too scattered. Strange to see that back then an abusive relationship was a complete non-topic.

  11. Peregrine's rating of the film Loulou

  12. Zineu Simionato's rating of the film Loulou

    An essay about human relations and collapsing

  13. captainfez's rating of the film Loulou

    A Pialat Film That's Not SUPER-Depressing: the surprising portrait of a shaggy man-mountain.

  14. Alexandre's rating of the film Loulou

    L'insignifiant quotidien de l'amour saisit par la caméra furtive de Pialat donne à cette romance une saveur d'éternité.

  15. Jean Defrance's rating of the film Loulou

    Intéressant de revoir Isabelle Huppert et Gérard Depardieu si jeunes. L'influence de 68 sur le scénario et les dialogues n'est pas des meilleures.

  16. Ale Troncoso's rating of the film Loulou

  17. RoRoRoro's rating of the film Loulou

  18. Victor Gonzalez's rating of the film Loulou

    There is improvisation and naturalism. At times thrilling, but quite often dry and detached from the audience.

  19. AVA's rating of the film Loulou

    Die vergebliche Suche nach wahrer Liebe unter Zuhilfenahme konträrer Partner.Gut dargestellt die wachsende Hilflosigkeit Loulous und die wachsende Enttäuschung Nellys.

  20. FISCHER's rating of the film Loulou

    Sur le thème de la marginalité et son corollaire la bourgeoisie, un film relativement moyen, qui sans être une véritable réflexion sociologique, se laisse regarder... www.cinefiches.com

  21. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Loulou

  22. grotescsetorg's rating of the film Loulou

  23. Balthaz21's rating of the film Loulou

  24. Renton47's rating of the film Loulou

    Beginning in a disarray that persists even due to the boredom of everyone involved, this shows class warfare in a terrain of sex but little passion. As Nelly loops through patterns of masculinity that bridge the status of her lovers, the repetitive bouts continue to exhaustion, relieved by Pialat's intimacy. His long-takes detailing the intimate naturalism of the leads is worth all the histrionics in Hollywood

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