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  1. shahimsheikh's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Far removed from Godard's onslaught of references, Rivette uses allusions as a means of creating a space where these young individuals can find some comfort amongst kindred spirits. Instead, akin to Bergman's exploration of an inexplainable terror due to the threat of nuclear annihilation, they are also consumed by a fear so debilitating that neither these spaces nor the liberated streets of Paris can free them.

  2. Lahiru Wanigatunge's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    It is more a love poem to Paris than a coherent story and for the most part, a confusing bore. But I loved its cold unemotional characters (very characteristic of the French New Wave), the beautiful camera pans and spatial composition, the boldness in making a political film this vague, and the tap tapping of Anne's heels on the pavement as she runs to Gerard's apartment under the most extraordinary circumstances.

  3. misu's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  4. BB's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    4.5 - The mood and atmosphere of this film is masterfully controlled, an eerie, quietly unsettling labyrinth.

  5. Elena's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    i feel more and more like an exile myself

  6. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    There is a certain amount of humor to be found in people who believe themselves to be important.

  7. yann.coillot's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Un film très étrange, déconcertant, mais aussi ennuyeux.

  8. tidal waif's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Rivette's city-rambling open-ended film (not unlike the porous metropolis it appropriates) adds on semantic overtones enabled by our current plight as it hints at a poisoned gift passed on to closest people. An arcane piece of knowledge, elusive & contagious, fraught legacy of trust & friendship that forges sect-like ties to a mysterious common ailment, the frailty herein oddly recalls Jarman's last years @Dungeness.

  9. Feellikeanumber's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Strange, claustrofobic, paranoic world he created. Camera moves, leaves out people, let the, in again. Sense of political urgency, that it has to be done. But it doesn't fall apart - it lives, breathes as a real world does

  10. Thomas K.'s rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  11. Henrique Barbosa Justini's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    há uma obstinação de rivette em fazer com que os objetos expandam o campo cênico, porque para ele não bastam as teorias conspiratórias ou a atuação dos atores, mas os próprios objetos têm de saírem do campo cartesiano e se imporem como atrativos dignos de nota.

  12. Walker's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Certainly an autuerist production, through and through. Its ambiguity works in its favor for the most part, creating an atmosphere which is both disturbing and compelling. Not the most immediate film experience and it will certainly be too diffuse for some people, while others just might love it.

  13. Sean Patrick Stevens's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    I didn't love this film initially but I was intrigued by the lack of narrative urgency and ended up liking the world it had created. I think I would like to put it on for guests on a loop so the mystery goes on forever.

  14. Aardsy's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  15. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  16. FISCHER's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Premier long métrage de Jacques Rivette où apparaissent déjà ses deux thèmes favoris et récurrents : le monde du théâtre et l'obsession du complot... www.cinefiches.com

  17. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  18. Christopher McQuain's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  19. josé neves's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

  20. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Great to have this is circulation again (BFI, Criterion, Mubi). Like the maze of meaning in Out 1, all of Rivette's films seem to work like one massive temple of artifice: rooms within rooms, doors opening on more doors.

  21. Matthew Martens's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Of the many later Rivettes anticipated by this early land-grab, Paris Belongs to Us, albeit conventional by comparison, felt to me (and it's just a feeling, unfocused by any analysis) most like Le Pont du Nord. Multivalent mazes that double as their own maps, both films are strangely gripping, spellbinding even, while also evincing elements of deep play; as, I suppose, any serious mystery must. A many-marveled debut.

  22. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Rivette's debut is a frantic piece of cinema that hints at the masterpieces that were to come!

  23. Jason's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Paris belongs to us. Paris belongs to no one. Should seem obvious at this point that you don't get to discuss youth and radicality in the 60s without discussing serious attempts to establish new groups and new psychosocial formations in relation to groups. Rivette was really the only great filmmaker of the groupuscule until Godard came along w/ La Chinoise. No other new wave director began nearly as socially radical.

  24. gropitse's rating of the film Paris Belongs to Us

    Godard cameo la Rivette. Poți să-ți permiți să suferi burghez într-un așa oraș.