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Les herbes folles

Réalisé par Alain Resnais
France, Italie, 2009
Drame, Romantique

Synopsis

Marguerite Muir se fait voler son sac à la sortie d’un magasin du Palais-Royal. Le voleur jette le contenu dans un parking d’un centre commercial de L’Haÿ-les-Roses et Georges Palet le ramasse au pied de sa voiture. Débute alors dans l’imaginaire de Georges une histoire d’amour surréaliste.

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Les herbes folles Réalisé par Alain Resnais

Prix & Festivals

Festival de Cannes

2009 | Lauréat : Special Award

Village Voice Film Poll

2010 | 2 nominations dont : Best Film

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2010 | Nominé : Best Film

Avis des critiques

I agree with the detractors of WILD GRASS (and there are a lot of them out there, and will be more) that the movie’s all folly—where I disagree with them is that I think it’s a great film, possibly a masterpiece of follies: authorial, dramatic, cinematic, emotional.
May 16, 2014
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Wild Grass is a relatively gentle work when placed beside Hiroshima mon amour (1959) or Providence (1977), but it still has the pundits guessing: what is this brazenly youthful film from a man of 87 – deadly serious, or an extended joke? A summing-up of the œuvre, or a taking-off into unknown skies? It manages, magisterially, to be all of these things at once.
June 01, 2010
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…This is a film whose pastel hues and intricate color coding (e.g., the multiple associations of blue with the hero, played by André Dussollier, and the various associations of red with at least two of the main women in the story, played by Sabine Azéma and Anne Consigny) may come even closer to comic-book images than those in I Want To Go Home. Wild Grass seems personal above all as an expression of Resnais’ (personal) shyness, although it doesn’t for me qualify as one of his masterpieces.
September 27, 2009
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