Sunday, January 08, 2012

Je T'aime


This is what happens when you spend your summer holiday watching foreign films because it's too rainy to go outside. 

I go back to work tomorrow and as lame as it is of me to admit, I'm kinda excited :) I like my routine and it'll be good to start back nice and fresh. Hope you're all having a wonderful weekend!

P.S What's your favourite French film? Let me know, I need some new recommendations :) 

36 comments:

  1. La Cité des Enfants Perdus (The City of Lost Children)It's where I got my vintage shops name from (Miette Vintage www.facebook.com/MietteVintageNewZealand)

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  2. I love foreign films. Im favorite is Amelie, Im sure you've seen it, but it's so good :) Audrey Tautou's other movies are wonderful too :)

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  3. I really like these pictures!

    I just watched Encemble C'est tout the other day, really recomment both the movie and the book! I think it's called hunting and gathering in english.

    xx

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  4. Yep, definiately check out Amelie ... such a great movie!

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  5. My boyfrind is French (I'm from Barcelona) an I love French films!! I recomend you the fim "Love Me If You Dare" (2003) Jeux d'enfants (original title)It's a romantic comedy drama! Take a look of my photography Blog! I think you will like! :)
    wwww.sandrasphoto.com

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  6. My all time favourite is (like Marthe mentioned above!) Hunting and Gathering - I have both the book and the DVD if you haven't seen/read them and want to borrow it!

    Isn't the weather here strange? I actually love gloomy, rainy weather but in the middle of summer and with it happening so often it's weirding me out! Haha.

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  7. I'm french so.. My favourite french movies are : Ma vie en l'air - Le premier jour du reste de ta vie - Mes amis mes amours - Les petits mouchoirs..

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  8. You got great sugestions for movies. I stole a few from you.:P

    You could watch "Ne le dis a personne" "Bienvenue chez le c'tits" and "Un long dimanche de fiançailles".

    I loved them!

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  9. Mine is 'Les Choristes', a naughty boys school who start choir, its so cute, my heart melts :-)

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  10. Hey !
    You could watch : - "Les chansons d'amour" - " Before sunrise" and "before sunset" - "L'auberge espagnole" and "Les poupées russes" - and then, enjoy all this great movies :)

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  11. Hello,

    I am from Belgium and I watch French films frequently.

    I would recommend:
    "Paris" (by Cedric Klapisch),
    "Les Regrets" (by Cédric Kahn),
    "A la folie, pas du tout" (by Laetitia Colombani and with Audrey Tatou),
    "Ensemble, c'est tout" (by Claude berri and with Audrey Tatou),
    "5 X 2" (by François Ozon),
    "La vie en rose" (by Olivier Dahan),
    "Mon Oncle" (by Jacques Tati),
    "Delicatessen" (by Jean-Pierre Jeunet),
    ...

    Other foreign films to watch are:
    "Das Leben der Anderen" (by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck),
    "La Meglio Giuventu" (by Marco Tullio Giordana),
    all the films by Almodovar,
    ...

    Enjoy the films!

    xxx Valérie

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  12. Ik hou van jou (dutch)

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  13. Ah, it's so great to see some Afrikaans in there.

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  14. Amélie (of course), then also "Le diner le con", "La Vie en Rose" and "Le Concert" (French and Russian).

    It was cool to see "Ek is Lief vir Jou" up there (I'm fluent in Afrikaans:-)

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  15. i really like watching paris je t'aime and ensemble c'est tout and I'm curious about Intouchables (I'm going to watch it at the cinema tomorrow - here's the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otpJgjrJ0ig) Have fun!

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  16. Et aussi : "Tomboy" & "La môme".

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  17. The only French film I've seen is Last Tango in Paris. It's a very old film but it is a good one! :)

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  18. What Natalie Jean said. The City of Lost Children is good--creepy though.

    I also like "He Loves Me... He Loves Me Not" with Audrey Tautou.

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  19. Current favourite French film is Ne Le Dis A Personne. Brilliant thriller with awesome cinematography.

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  20. Love Me if you Dare!! ahh I need to watch some more of these films.

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  21. Le Fabuleux Destin D'Amélie Poulin.

    It is such a beautiful film

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  22. Aw cute! Perfect rainy weather activity!
    Amelie will probably always be my favourite French movie. :)

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  23. La Cité des Enfants Perdus, La Haine, Amelie, Paris je t'aime, anything by Jacques Tati :) <3

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  24. Love. It screams love :)

    http://thepublicdollhouse.blogspot.com/2012/01/stress-sucks.html

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  25. I love french comedies! Priceless, with Audrey Tatou is my favourite. I also recommend anything by writer/director Francis Veber such as The Dinner Game or The Valet.

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  26. "Jeg elsker deg", "I love you" in Norwegian. Unfortunately we don't make good movies...

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  27. I recommand you "2 days in Paris", by and with Julie Delpy, its really a funny and great movie !

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  28. pierrot le fou - jean-paul belmondo is so damn fine! (also godard's a genius and anna karina has such amazing style...but mostly the belmondo thing haha). highly recommended! x

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  29. One of my favourite, The Science of Sleep.
    Featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg with wonderful stop-motion! It's just idyllic..

    xL
    little-whitearrows.blogspot.com

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  30. You should look up Jean de Florette and its sequel, Manon des Sources. They are both so good! I've only seen a few french films but these to and Les Choristes are my favorites :)

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  31. Here you have two ways more to say the same thing ;)

    http://las366miradas.wordpress.com/2012/01/25/amo-te

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