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Jean Walton over 2 years ago
Known as the French Gone with the Wind, I actually think it's better. Still slow as dirt.
emilio murillo over 4 years ago
Heartbreaking story. Plot very much belonging to the era ("La ronde").
Austin over 6 years ago
An amazing, heartbreaking film.
Ale Márquez almost 7 years ago
Veronica Davies over 7 years ago
Les Enfants du Paradis, released as Children of Paradise in North America, is a 1945 French film by French director Marcel Carné, made during the German occupation of France during World War II. Set among the Parisian theatre scene of the 1820s and 30s, it tells the story of a beautiful courtesan, Garance, and the four men who love her in their own ways: a mime artist, an actor, a criminal and an aristocrat. A three-hour film divided into two halves, it was described in the original American trailer as the French answer to Gone with the Wind. The film was voted "Best Film Ever" in a poll of 600 French critics and professionals in 1995. As noted by one critic, "in French, 'paradis' is the colloquial name for the gallery or second balcony in a theater, where common people sat and viewed a play, responding to it honestly and boisterously. The actors played to these gallery gods, hoping to win their favor, the actor himself thus being elevated to an Olympian status." The film contains...
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