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The Bakery Girl of Monceau – Eric Rhomer comes alive!

Eric Rhomer is a complete enigma for me. I can’t make him out, which inevitably makes him one of my favourite directors. No film maker is more ambiguous. ┬áNo film maker can slip in the wisp of wind between complete opposing view points with such a devils twinkle in the eye. I think I have […]

Love in the Afternoon: Rohmer and the end of Six moral tales.

I’ve had reason to pop back and watch some Eric Rohmer lately, a joy and a pleasure I hardly have the words for. The first time I saw this film it sparked a wonderful conversation I remember very well that I will draw on when writing this review. I love this film so much. The […]