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French movies

What are your favourite french movies? I wanna watch some to practice my french. Thanks, guys!

Apr 28, 2014 3:08 AM
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Le petit Nicolas ^^

April 29, 2014

"<em>Intouchables</em>" and "<em>Tellement proches</em>" both directed by Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano.

I really loved the first one so I particularly recommend it: I think it deals with a difficult subject in a very sensitive and even funny way. The second one is a comedy and I liked it, but I've seen that humour changes a lot between countries so it depends on you!

"<em>Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain</em>". Has won a lot of awards and it's kind of particular, shown from the perspective of the protagonist

"<em>L'Auberge espagnole</em>". It shows what it's like to be part of the "Erasmus project" (student exchange program between European universities)

"<em>Le scaphandre et le papillon</em>" and "<em>De rouille et d'os</em>" are more drama movies and involve great acting

April 28, 2014

If you are ok with watching cartoons I can recommend the cartoon ''Les Aventures de Tintin'' which I was reading its comic version as a child. I am still enjoying both the cartoon and the comic version though.Also I can recommend ''Clémentine'' as a cartoon. I am re-watching it after lots of years now, but I must admit that it is kinda scary for children :) Both cartoons are useful for French learning I think.

As for movies I can recommend ''Jeux d'enfants'', "Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain", ''Delicatessen'', ''Un dimanche à la campagne'', ''Les yeux sans visage'', ''Les diaboliques'' and ''Sur mes lèvres''.

 

April 28, 2014

Jean de Florette

Manon of the Spring

Le Grand Chemin

Read My Lips

The Girl from Paris

April 28, 2014

Jules et Jim

Les visiteurs du soir (Marcel Carné)

Alexandre le bienheureux

La Dentellière

 et beaucoup d´ autres aussi....

 

April 28, 2014
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