Friday, February 15, 2008

Of course, the joke was that George Robinson, Ira Hozinsky, and Ronnie Scheib did like "Shall We Kiss?" No masterpiece, but they agreed that it was the best of the three French films screened today. One problem with the films so far is that there's no solid foundation: both "The Feelings Factory" and "All Is Forgiven" had very lax scripts. In the case of "All Is Forgiven", there were gaps in the story which were supposed to suggest a lifelike versimilitude, but too much had to be taken on trust.


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