This movie is only made of archive pictures: the official newsreels that were broadcasted on French movie screens during 1940 and 1944 (the Occupation). Those newsreels were controlled by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
L'oeil de Vichy
This movie is only made of archive pictures: the official newsreels that were broadcasted on French movie screens during 1940 and 1944 (the Occupation). Those newsreels were controlled by ...
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Roland S (nl) wrote: some of the stories are interesting, but the overall tone is irritating
John M (mx) wrote: An excellent 1970's classic that is a very good comedy. But, most importantly, it's a great picture of the time in which it's set.The cinematography, production design and art direction are top notch. It's like seeing through a time machine to the past. That is what I like about it most.Besides that, the combination of father/daughter Ryan O'Neal/Tatum O'Neal works beautifully. Alvin Sargent's screenplay is great, as is Peter Bogdonovich's direction. This is probably Bogdonovich's best film.Definitely should be seen once by anyone who loves good comedy and excellent cinema!
Joe C (it) wrote: Noses have been bloodied debating which of Chaplin's films is the greatest. It is in the opinion of not just myself, but Woody Allen, Andrei Tarkovsky and even Chaplin himself that City Lights reigns supreme. Here Chaplin tells a sentimental story about a tramp who falls in love with a blind girl, but does it so brilliantly that you don't care about the clich. The tramp's trademark brandy-legged slapsticks are in full stock here, courtesy of his tumultuous friendship with a generous when drunk/parsimonious when sober millionaire as well as the most iconic boxing match in cinema history. Unlike his other films there is no social commentary hidden under the goofball antics. Underneath it all is just a love story, albeit one so beguiling and genuine that even time cannot diminish. Never has the gift of a flower brought a stronger spell of the happy-cries. Orsen Welles went so far as to call City Lights the best film ever, and are you really going to argue with Welley?