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September 26, 2010


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Chris O.

Thanks for linking that article. When I saw "Summer Hours" earlier this year I thought of it as a cousin to Louis Malle's "May Fools", which DID combine the "what to do with the French country estate" with a background of political unrest... and some Carriere absurdism for good measure. Hey, maybe "May Fools" could be seen as some sort of evolutionary/de-evolutionary link in the chain between "The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoise" and "Summer Hours".

Hauser Tann

Thanks for the link.

I especially like the observation he makes about the camera in Assayas's movies being a "spectral presence".

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