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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Mickey One

  2. FISCHER's rating of the film Mickey One

    Mickey One, un artiste de cabaret, se produit à Detroit jusqu'à ce qu'il n'ait peur que ses nombreuses et fréquentes dettes lui attirent des ennuis. Il prend alors la fuite et s'installe à Chicago où, sous une fausse identité, il trouve à nouveau du travail dans un restaurant. Mais la scène lui manque et il contacte un agent qui lui trouve un autre club. Pour la prestation de Warren Beatty ! www.cinefiches.com

  3. José Neves's rating of the film Mickey One

    35mm. A daring adventure in the ways of narrative according to non-narrative techniques, in which fiction, that kind of sworf of Damocles over cinema's expressive freedom, is in an underlying level to the choreography of the in-significant images and editing. It was considered incomprehensible and dated by this rebellion, i consider it as exultant as the early Skolimowski's. With Ghislain Cloquet excellence.

  4. Ordet Ordet's rating of the film Mickey One

    Didn't work for me, hard to watch and sometimes wants to hit Mickey hard because of his acting and his unclear voice. But yet enjoyed many scenes and images separately, I'd love to watch many parts again and again but, god, not the entire film,plz. It was nerve-wracking and WOW at the same time. Maybe that's the way it used to be.

  5. Keith's rating of the film Mickey One

    Jazzy romp nearly drowns in its New Wave influence, but stage-fright spotlight scene is a classic.

  6. Michael Zyx MH Claes's rating of the film Mickey One

    Le côté esthétisant et le cabotinage de Warren BEATTY diminuent malheureusement l'intérêt de film.

  7. ‏ㅤ's rating of the film Mickey One

    Remarkable style over substance. Trampolines on the beach.

  8. Jesse Furgurson's rating of the film Mickey One

    This would gel better with an actor who didn't subscribe to the Method (too much psychology for a postmodern jape like this). But there are still inventive sequences and kooky ideas to be found here, even if the hit-to-miss ratio is dodgier than it would be with Truffaut or JLG behind the camera.

  9. msmichel's rating of the film Mickey One

    Fascinating time capsule that along with 'A Thousand Clowns' really captures that mid sixties confusion about identity in the post 50's cookie cutter ideal and the coming storm of near revolution Not really a plot based film and definately has the aesthitic of the french new wave. Beatty and Stewart both great here but its the direction of Penn, excellent b&w cinematography and a jazzy score that make it special.

  10. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Mickey One

    it IS different, but that's about it

  11. gea*'s rating of the film Mickey One

    Loved the opening, wish the film could keep up with its own pace.

  12. Edward Copeland's rating of the film Mickey One

    Arthur Penn's fusion of French New Wave stylistics and Kafkaesque storytelling doesn't completely work, but it provides many fascinating images. http://eddieonfilm.blogspot.com/2010/10/arthur-penn-mickey-one.html

  13. your fiend mr. jones's rating of the film Mickey One

    Literally a film I love and hate within the space of a nanosecond. Awesome opening. Pretentiousness throughout, yet the score and performances are great, individual shots and scenes. You have never seen anything like it.