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  1. Feellikeanumber's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  2. Renton47's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    If it offers insight it's in the way it privileges male comfort, the casual freedom afforded its killers. Moreau is a dominatrix, her cruel touch the distance with which she seduces. Not a true existential exercise, nor a formal one - hard to say what it is other than the pleasure of a certain method with absence of love. These men way too cocksure to even threaten the upper hand.

  3. Elena's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    3.5 // Jeanne Moreau - amazing as always

  4. rllr's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    Kind Hearts And Coronets reworked as if Hitchcock and Godard have been walking out on this project in mid-production.

  5. ach's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    sempre magistrale la regia, ma andando avanti perde

  6. Enrico Gaudenzi's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    Il Truffaut che non ti aspetti. Jeanne Moreau (volutamente più fredda del solito) è la sposa in nero, antenata di quella creata da Tarantino e Uma Thurman qualche anno dopo. Ritmo discreta, bella l'idea, meno la realizzazione.

  7. traag-1's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  8. Ethan's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    This is Truffaut at his most Hitchcockian but just like De Palma did with Dressed to Kill, Truffaut manged to out Hitchcock, Hitchcock with this incredible revenge thriller with an exceptional performance from Jeanne Moreau. This film will have you on the edge of your seat the whole way through. Also Tarantino had to have drawn inspiration from this film when he did Kill Bill.

  9. Carlos Tejeda's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    Artículo ("Kane3"): https://lamiradadealbert.wordpress.com/2007/09/06/la-muerte-segun-francois-truffaut/

  10. Leroy Martin's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    my boyfriend hated this but i had so much fun

  11. FISCHER's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    Un bon film, fait rare chez le cinéaste, qui se regarde sans ennui, sans déplaisir et pourrait inciter le spectateur littéraire à relire les excellentes nouvelles du grand William Irish. A noter la remarquable interprétation de Jeanne Moreau, en veuve noire... www.cinefiches.com

  12. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    I try to get Truffaut but I don't. I don't really like Godard but I can at least apreciate him.

  13. MvM.'s rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    tutti i fotogrammi con le gambe di Jeanne Moreau.

  14. Muraki's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  15. AugusteB's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    At first a bit schematic but then it gets there.

  16. eugenie de sade's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    jess franco by hitchcock by truffaut... i'm being a little generous by giving 5 stars bc the french never know how to suspend you and end with a bang in the final minutes of this type of film so you always feel it's not exactly what it should be but truffaut has more interesting ideas along the way to make up for it

  17. postblueink's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  18. xrystyna's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  19. Cyril Schreiber's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  20. Mx Nihil's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    Quite possibly, one the dullest films I've ever ever seen.

  21. Samuel Donath's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    A classic I watch time and time again. This is what QT ripped off when he made Kill Bill.

  22. letters never sent's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    One of the weaker Truffaut films, but it's still quite gripping.

  23. AdrianM.'s rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

  24. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film The Bride Wore Black

    More bluntly, doggedly derivative of Hitchcock than anything DePalma ever did...yet the intense joy and interest with which it's done, and the singular beauty of Moreau, render that merely an observation of a fact that the film's Truth belies. One way or another, Truffaut (his own style, muted, is here to complement matters, too) makes it his own obsession.

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