Tag Archives: Francois Ozon

8 Femmes – Francois Ozon alludes to anything and everything.

I’m not the only film viewer to see a nod to Comte de Lautréamont’s Les Chants de Maldoror as well as the more obvious ode to Technicolor, musicals, and of course to the Georges Cukor’s The Women.  IN fact I would have to say this film shines in paradoy more than it does in the watching. I enjoyed […]

Francois Ozon: Film as art, art as film.

“I think cinema has to deal with desire. In the cinema, you are with a big screen, it is dark, and you watch some images, like a fantasy, so I think it is important for you to feel desire for what you see.” So, I did write in my post Top ten films blog-a-thon, that […]