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Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain

Geregisseerd door Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Frankrijk, Duitsland, 2001
Komedie, Romantiek, Fantasie


Vol van verbeelding en getekend door het leven: Amélie (Audrey Tautou) is geen doorsnee meisje. Naarmate ze ouder wordt, gaat ze werken als serveerster in een bar in Montmartre. Op een dag ontdekt Amelie dat haar levensdoel is om andermans problemen op te lossen.

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Amélie Geregisseerd door Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Prijzen & Festivals

Academy Awards

2002 | 5 nominaties waaronder: Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

Independent Spirit Awards

2002 | Winnaar: Best Foreign Film

Toronto International Film Festival

2001 | Winnaar: People's Choice Award


Amélie is not a great film but it is entertaining and imaginative. Jeunet’s cartoonish style reaches often hilarious and surreal heights – virtually every scene is a frenzy of small, quick movements, darting eyes and tiny surprises.
December 01, 2001
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  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film Amélie

    I've heard the arguments against Amelie: that it's aggressively whimsical (do we hold that against Lubitsch?), that it has a lilywhite image of France (do we hold that against Tati?), and more. And while it doesn't match the masters listed above, every time I see Amelie it carries me away. So don't hate it for being "foreign cinema-lite". Just tell its lovers about Stolen Kisses, Mon Oncle, and Story of a Cheat.

  • Squashua's rating of the film Amélie

    I came into watching this film expecting a high quality but ultimately cartoonish 'light watch'. Amelie is so much more: sure it's whimsical, fantastical and often quite goofy but it's also a surprisingly dark watch. It doesn't stray from the misfortunes of life, the alienation of individual quirks and the longing for another like you but celebrates these things. Truly a sweet surreal absurdist vision like no other.

  • smndvdcl's rating of the film Amélie

    A gush to cause conjecture, but to quote Icona Pop, "I don't care, I love it". Renoir, Godard, Truffaut, Vigo, Bunuel, Kieslowski, Clouzot, Tati, Resnais, Kassovitz, Audiard, - all of whom get criminally ignored, but Amelie's success doesn't negate its beauty. Jeunet created a love letter to marginal lives and Paris that stands true, dealing with the delicate meaning of the little things with aplomb. I stand by it.

  • carolinmue's rating of the film Amélie

    I love you, Amélie. This movie is more than beautiful and one of my favourites that you can watch on cold winter days when nobody else is at home, because to me this is a movie to watch alone to fully appreciate its beauty.

  • lilmissdella's rating of the film Amélie

    the beautiful cinematography, the intriguing and layered storyline, Paris as the background, and the kooky-yet-lovable characters all weave in together to create this perfect movie about love.. my fave film of all time! <3

  • David Huxley's rating of the film Amélie

    This bright and colorful love letter to Montmartre, Paris, stars the adorable Audrey Tatou in a quirky performance that will steal your heart. It's both humorous and poignant at the same time. Throw in a pinch of mystery, a dash of fantasy, and a dollop of romance, and you have the recipe for the best film Jean-Pierre Jeunet ever made (and he's made some very good ones.)

  • El Biffo's rating of the film Amélie

    An irritating film about a woman who can't mind her own business, I feel bad for people who have never seen any other French film than this.

  • Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Amélie

    Jeunet's most famous film has aged beautifully. While some viewers see it as little more than a twee fantasy, it's actually a film full of sadness, disappointment & social dysfunction; the quest of the protagonist is to find hope! Presenting the world of the film subjectively from the point of view of its title character gives Jeunet a context to indulge in quirky visuals that feel necessary as opposed to indulgent.

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