Sunday, November 7, 2010

Wild Grass (2009) ***1/2


French directors of a certain age like Resnais, Godard and the recently deceased Rohmer and Chabrol, have managed to remain creative and vital in a very tough business. While Wild Grass certainly has its weaknesses, it’s also a haunting and compelling piece of cinema.

2 comments:

Bob of Holland said...

Wild Grass sure has a great poster.

Bunched Undies said...

Yes...very Magritte-ish. Interesting film too.

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