Drama • 1937 • 1 hr 54 min
Gripping from minute one. Cinema at its best
The floating camera, acting and story. Plus adding that the film being from 1937 and holding up today, an awesome cinematic work from Renoir
Never would've even known this existed if it weren't for a film class I took. Amazing surprise, loved its themes and atmosphere
Considering how old this movie is it's not bad
Something about the character relationships just didn’t hit all the way for me.
Classic film. Quite slow today but still interesting.
It’s think it’s great and I think it aged really well and holds up! Just the story was really unique and charming.
A slow burner of a thinker. Beautifully shot.
A moving story and likeable characters. One of Renoir's best. Holds up amazingly well considering its age
A beautiful work of genius from Renoir. One of the true art films to date.
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