Don't miss out — 3 years ago
If you are a fan of Audrey Tatou, you must see this movie, not because it stars her, but because it has that same quirky, light-hearted charm that most of her movies have. It’s one of those movie that you feel like a better human being after watching.
Maybe it’s because I’m an old drama club geek, but I love, love, love the stage. I love the traditions and the superstitions. It’s like salmon swimming instintcly upstream to return to the place they were born (this is not to imply that I perform my mating rituals onstage), just that I am led by a strong, primal urge to be eternally enchanted with the theatre. Plus, I’m also a fan of period movies, foreign films and musicals. This movie combines all of my favorite themes in one gorgeous package. There’s nothing too deep here, no ponderous statements on the condition of human nature or relationships, nothing to bog the brain down, just a sumptuous snack of beauty in all its guises.