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Germany, France
Fantasy, Romance, Comedy
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet


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Audrey Tautou as Amélie Poulain
Mathieu Kassovitz as Nino Quincampoix
Rufus as Raphaël Poulain
Lorella Cravotta as Amandine Poulain
Serge Merlin as Raymond Dufayel
Jamel Debbouze as Lucien
Claire Maurier as Madame Suzanne - la patronne du café
Isabelle Nanty as Georgette
Dominique Pinon as Joseph
Artus de Penguern as Hipolito
Yolande Moreau as Madeleine Wallace
Urbain Cancelier as Collignon
Maurice Bénichou as Dominique Bretodeau
Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain Storyline: Amélie is a story about a girl named Amélie whose childhood was suppressed by her Father's mistaken concerns of a heart defect. With these concerns Amélie gets hardly any real life contact with other people. This leads Amélie to resort to her own fantastical world and dreams of love and beauty. She later on becomes a young woman and moves to the central part of Paris as a waitress. After finding a lost treasure belonging to the former occupant of her apartment, she decides to return it to him. After seeing his reaction and his new found perspective - she decides to devote her life to the people around her. Such as, her father who is obsessed with his garden-gnome, a failed writer, a hypochondriac, a man who stalks his ex girlfriends, the "ghost", a suppressed young soul, the love of her life and a man whose bones are as brittle as glass. But after consuming herself with these escapades - she finds out that she is disregarding her own life and damaging her quest for love. Amélie then ...
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Is Amelie French for Overrated
Amelie: 6/10: Sweet, light and sometimes a little irritating this strangely adult fable starts out very strong and sinks under the weight of it's too cute for words protagonist and her self made predicament. Amelie is a strange bird indeed. She seems initially one of those wonderfully original creations but as time in the movie marches on it becomes obvious. She is a twelve-year-old girl in a woman's body.

Yup she has silly crushes plays silly pranks and a vivid imagination. In fact one could very much see her being played by a twelve year old. This would work perfectly if the movie wasn't so jarringly adult in other ways. (Amelie's quest works in a porn shop, people having hook-up sex in a daytime café)

It is more of a tone issue than any objection to adult content. (As a glance at most of my other reviews will testify.) Also like most twelve-year olds Amelie pulls pranks and games a little to long. (After the 2-hour mark or so I was practically screaming at the screen to get on with it)

Now don't get me wrong the first hour or so is one of the most delightful screen experiences. I loved the traveling gnome (which started a fad that lives on today) and liked the obsessive tape recording man in café.

It also shows a true fantasy version of Paris like You've You Mail's New York. In fact when Amelie is helping others rather than on her own quest the movie seems to move briskly and with purpose.

It is only in her pursuit of love that Amelie fails as both a person and a movie. Just like most twelve-year-old girls.
The little girl and the big city.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet has the reputation of making very special movies as: Delicatessen (1991) or Alien:The Resurrection (1997). Here, I got the impression that he learned a lot of Truffaut and Godard and he was certainly terribly influenced by them. He took the most commercial parts of their movies and made than a mixture of his own. After all he is a Frenchman. The over-sentimentality of this movie functions as an escape-goat for the terrible life in our big cities nowadays. Traffic-jams, noise, violence on the streets, loneliness, poverty of the clandestine immigrants living at night and giving a sense of insecurity to the towns. Amélie Poulain (Audrey Tautou) is a girl that never could survive by the way she acts and interferes with the lives of other people. She lives in an artificial surrounding with resemblance of the Paris of the 1950's where everybody knew each other and when there was still a certain family-life. This movie is not showing the reality: it is showing how we would like the world around us. That is the reason of its huge success.
She makes ME fall in love too!
To start off with, I heard a lot of good things about this movie when it was on the big screens but never got around to see it before it disappeared. Sitting here, long after in the aftermath, I might never forgive myself for missing that opportunity. Eventually I did get around to see it, though a small TV never does a film the same justice a theater does, and being a bit sceptic about the small hype this movie caused made me prejudice about it, but I must say I have never been so wrong before. And I am happy saying it.

This movies biggest crime, and yet its biggest asset, is that it is in French. Subtitles just does not bring full justice to a movie like this, and it is bound to scare off most of the audience not used to subtitled movies. Sad to say so, but I believe it is the truth. I do not know any French at all, but I sure wish I was fluent watching this movie!

Compared to most other films "Amelie" (and I will stick to "Amelie" since "Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain" is a bit long to write) is based on a rather ordinary and plain story everyone can relate to, but it is given to us in a very special kind of way, mixed with wonderful little subplots and an almost chaotic amount of details. We get to see and experience the world and especially Paris through the filtering eyes and fantasy of Amelie, A Paris that might feel small and limited on the screen but in fact is just as big as it is in the eyes of Amelie.

Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet brings to life the world of Amelie with colors, masterful camerawork and a few special effects (Well, I have certainly felt like melting a couple of times too in my life!). Some people I spoke to before seeing "Amelie" criticized it for being too childish and unrealistic, but I believe it is an essential part of the movie since Amelie herself is a very childish and imaginative young girl. She just happens to fall in love one day when she decides to embark on a quest. Jean-Pierre Jeunet manages to bring us along without losing control of the set or the plot. It is exactly this kind of movie that could easily be overdone and lose all of its magic in the hands of the wrong person, but Jean-Pierre Jeunet never slips a single time. For you who think you never heard of him before he is actually the same man who brought us "Alien 4" back in 1997, (I still refuse to believe he was involved in that horrible film...), and the wonderful "Delicatessen" in 1991.

Audrey Tautou could not be overemphasized for her importance in portraying Amelie. I am a bit embarrassed admitting it but I was almost falling in love with Amelie myself, forgetting she was only fiction on the screen. However she does not carry "Amelie" solely by herself. The cast makes an excellent whole and it is hard imagining switching anyone without affecting the whole outcome. Everyone manages to make the most out of their role and even though we only get to know some of them briefly they come alive just as much as Amelie herself does.

I could go on forever about "Amelie". It contains so many details and switches in tempo and camerawork it has to be seen more than once to take in and understand everything. Damn it, "Amelie" made me happy, laughing out loud at times, and very few movies affects me like that.

I very rarely give movies a 10, and I was indeed considering a 9 for a while, but for me this is one of those movies I will come back to time after time. Long after the CG thrills of hyped fantasy movies and big budget Hollywood productions have faded and been forgotten, Amelie will still be jumping around in my heart, doing all those silly and charming little things I wish I dared to do too...
Another one that deservedly goes straight to my top-movies list! A soul- refilling experience that restores your faith in life and people... a reality check of life's little pleasures.

Audrey Tautou played Amelie to perfection that I can't really digest her performance in any other movie; she is and will always remain the doe- eyed, innocent and lovable Amelie to me. The rest of the cast are quite perfect for their roles as well.

There isn't much to be said about the movie which traces the life of a simple 23-year-old French waitress with a wild imagination; however, each and every detail counts and adds something to this colorful visual painting and the experience as a whole. Direction and cinematography are simply beautiful!

One more thing: Yann Tiersen's extremely becoming and salient music is like God's final touches on earth! Funny, gripping and spirit-lifting, this is a movie you will never get tired of watching over and over again.
a contemporary Jules et Jim in tone and atmosphere

Amelie's matter-of-fact voice-over, alternating fluid observations with absurd yet simple statements, is so typical of the best French movies. It is a method used in a lot of their best romantic dramas and romantic comedies and creates a breezy, spontaneous flow to the movie. French romances are indebted to classics like Max Ophuls' La Ronde and Francois Truffaut's Jules et Jim for this ingenious device. It then allows the movie to sail forth with uninhibited joy, freshness and surprise.

I believe the French make the best romantic and feelgood movies. Hollywood's artificial, contrived attempts to create films of this type pale in comparison. They could learn a lot by looking at the way the French make these films. The audience is allowed to get more emotive, more involved because they are intrigued to see what will happen next. There is no rigid structure with films like Amelie. They are just allowed to drift blithely and sublimely like a balloon happily floating through the sky. The Americans, by comparison, use helium balloons.

There are also complaints by people saying Amelie was too long. I for one was sad when it ended. I really regretted it when the subtitles came up. I do not know how anyone can get bored of such a riveting, fast-paced, consistently imaginative, life-affirming romantic comedy as Amelie. It leaves you feeling happy and at one with life when you leave the cinema. It makes you appreciate beauty, love, happiness, and the generosity of the human spirit. It just celebrates humanity in its joyous, inimitable French style.

If you love this movie then it is worth going out to get Jules et Jim, a truly sublime yet slightly more serious French romance.
Amélie changed my perspective towards LIFE....
There comes a movie in your life that just grows on you and, eventually, becomes something more. Amélie is one of those movies.

After having watched it on my telly, I realized this is one of my favorite movies of all time. It is so personal, so enriching, so playful and yet, so sweet that I can't help but fall in love with Amélie. To me, it seemed a movie capable of inspiring someone to feel good about their life, no matter whatever trouble they are in. During the whole course of the movie, one thing that no one will fail to notice is the sheer importance of imagination and fantasy in one's life and how it makes everything so interesting around us. Amélie lives in an apartment in Montmartre and earns her living by working as a waitress for Café des 2 Moulins. This is another aspect of the movie, where we are left wondering how can she manage to live in her apartment on the meager income of a waitress?! This is yet another instance of the fabulous life of Amélie Poulain, I guess, dripping and soaking in fantasy ever so amazingly and beautifully.

The colors of the movie are very beautiful; with red, green and yellow catching your eye. The acting is excellent and I can imagine no one capable of portraying Amelie better than Audrey Tautou; she is just PERFECT. She IS Amélie. Jean-Pierre Jeunet created a masterpiece here; a story so pure to its very core and the directing just exceptional.

I LOVE the way Amélie lives her life and how she imagines herself, and the people around her, in a ridiculous and yet, completely interesting way. I LOVE the way she decides to and improves the life of the people around her helping them in the most ingenious way anyone could imagine. The love affair between Amélie and Nino has to be the one of the most special relationships captured in a movie and it oozes romantic vibes that will make you want to fall in love. The scenes where she wept, I wanted to hug her and console her. The scenes where she was mischievous, I wanted to join her.

To be honest, I was falling in LOVE with her. I wanted to be a part of her magical world. And when the movie ended, the feeling I went through could be most closely associated with the feeling one gets when one departs from a best friend.

This World needs a lot of Amélies to appreciate its surreal beauty rather than its materiality.
The most brightly whimsical film I have ever seen
Amélie is by far my most favorite film. I almost cannot describe how magically wonderful this film is. From the story, the characters, the hair styles, the fashion, the special effects, and especially the actors. There is not one single thing that I dislike about Amélie.

This is one of the most original and ingenious love stories ever written. The world of Amélie's mind is truly a wondrous place to reside.

Major kudos to director Jean-Pierre Jeunet for one of the most creative efforts ever put forth on film. Every character was cast perfectly. I am so pleased that Audrey Tautou was selected over Jeunet's original choice of Emily Watson.

If you like any type of romance story, or foreign films, this is the story for you.

The DVD is packed with tons of extras that make the story go on and on. I highly recommend this film to be added to anyone's film collection. J'aime Amélie.
An overwhelmingly romantic look at life
Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet is a master of whimsical quirk and Amélie might be his ultimate achievement. It's a kind of neo-fairytale or modern storybook romance, heightened to such with its narration and its wonderful score by Yann Tiersen, simple and melodic, like a small band playing in a cafè on a sunny afternoon. It delves more than slightly into fantasy, as romance often does, but does so in a very refreshing and fun way. This is a world where gnomes travel and skeletons are somewhat sensual. At the same time, this is just the magic that can and does happen everyday.

Audrey Tautou is impressingly adorable as title character Amélie Poulain, a young woman with the power and imagination to change the lives of just about everyone she comes into contact with. She lives in the moment, enjoying the ways she can bring smiles to the faces of her friends and right the wrongs that she witnesses. She's quiet and seemingly meek, but speaks volumes with her mischievous smile and loving eyes. She finds exciting adventure in what could be the most mundane situations, not taking any little thing for granted.

The film is stuffed with intertwining stories small and large that Amélie drives along, and they are each as important as the next, no matter how much or how little the movie dwells on them. What truly brings happiness? Does the truth really matter if we never know it, when it's what we personally experience that moves us along, for better or for worse. How important is the smallest exchange we may have with a stranger? Sometimes you don't even realize just how much of an effect you have, because you're not seeing the situation from their eyes. But it's all important. The details are all meaningful.

Visually, the film is mostly warm and lush with yellows and reds that pop like blood coursing through the heart. This is contrasted with an undertone of very vibrant greens and cool blues that create a fantastic atmosphere and make everything feel like an organic, natural setting. The color theory here is actually quite amazing, making the film special and nostalgic right from the beginning. It has a lightness, but is still emotional and will leave you with the inspirations of a hopeless romantic. It warms your heart, becoming overwhelming without being overbearing.

Amélie is indeed pure romance. This is the romance of life and it's intricacies, even in it's darkest moments. The film allows you to enjoy even the smallest things that might usually be overlooked and gives importance to the playful particulars of life like the joy of peeling large strips of wallpaper or skipping the best stones along a canal. It shows how one small thing may unfold a series of events that can help you conquer your fears or lead you to where you need to be in life. It shows the perfect, imaginary life we live in our heads and how close to the real world it could actually be. And, of course, it shows true love, as easy or as hard as it might be to find, and just how close it might come to slipping right through your fingers if you're not looking at it from the right angle.
Original by over-hyped
I saw this film last night, and I think a second viewing might well be worth it. What is good about the film is its originality, the method of filming, the lighting effects, the background music and certain items of the script.

What is bad is its length - the plot doesn't justify 2h10 of film. The whole thing could have easily been locked into 90 minute stint. The other thing is that Paris as portrayed in the film does not really exist as such - it is far more violent, dirty and crowded than the film would suggest.

The film has to be taken as a fairy tale in an imaginary city and in no way connected to present-day reality. But it will no doubt nourish the illusions of foreigners to Paris about the city !

Too much hype has been created over the film - true it is a visual feast and the use of dominant yellow tones ( like Oh Brother ) and a great deal of wind lend a special atmosphere but the plot is overstretched.

Without doubt, the same plot shot by Americans would have had far better results. Over all though, definitely worth a viewing but not if you're feeling too tired. The leading actess, Tautou is cute, and I loved Isabelle Nanty in the role of the tobacconist !

A nice little film
Rating: ***1/2 out of ****

What a fun film! From the moment it begins, "Amelie" bursts with joy and energy. It's a fable of sorts, a love letter to a Paris fondly dreamt of by many. It may not be the real world, but it is such a delightful fantasy that it doesn't matter how unbelievable some of it may be. "Amelie" is the rare romantic comedy that has both the romance and the comedy. It isn't very surprising that this has been a hit in France for a while now, and I have no doubt it will find the audience it needs in the States as well.

Amelie Poulain (Audrey Tautou) is a nave girl working at the Two Windmills Caf. When she was a child her mother and teacher was an innocent victim of a suicide gone awry. Amelie stayed with her father until she was old enough to leave and lead a life of her own. One day she finds a small box of treasures behind a tile in her wall, she decides to return it to her owner and become a natural do-gooder. Later on, she catches a man groping for lost photos under a photo booth (Nino Quincampoix, played by Mathieu Kassovitz), and it's love at first sight. She decides to go on a quest to find this man and help anyone she can along the way (including her father and co-workers).

I said before that this film was a love letter to Paris, it is also a love letter to Amelie herself. Jean-Pierre Jeunet (director and co-screenwriter) conjured the film like a dream, as if Amelie is his dream girl and he is trying to save her and bring her to a happy ending. It's not hard to want everything to work out for her and her friends. Amelie Poulain is the kind of person who you wish was your best friend, your neighbor or your sister. She bounces along with good grace and whimsy living life to its fullest, yet keeping a mischievous grin. She has her own idea of justice that isn't very disagreeable. The tormentors must in turn be tormented; the lifeless must be brought to life. The film is like a non-musical "Bells Are Ringing", with our heroine bringing so much life to those around her but neglecting her wants and needs.

After seeing Audrey Tautou as Amelie, I can't possibly imagine anyone else in that role. She embodies Amelie like no one else could, she is a rare find that pulls off the job of breathing life into Amelie in spades. Wait, I take that back. She does not just breathe life into Amelie, Tautou makes her jump off the screen and pull the audience into the story. It would be a crime for her not to get a Best Actress nomination for her role.

Magical is the world that Amelie lives in, where photos and lamps come alive to aid her quest, where TV shows are showing nothing but her story. The story this setting surrounds is pretty standard, and presented plainly could have just been another machine-processed romantic comedy. Is it too sappy? No. On the contrary, the film takes quite a few steps to make sure it doesn't become tacky or conventional. The rich, storybook setting and a witty screenplay (asides are taken to deepen our connection each character, little things that each likes and dislikes) make the film all the more a delight to watch. The cinematography, crafted by Bruno Delbonnel, does wonders for "Amelie". The camera captures the action with an eye of a child in a candy store, beautifully bringing about each shot as a new discovery.

With films like "The Widow of Saint-Pierre", "With a Friend Like Harry" and box-office hit "Brotherhood of the Wold", French cinema has had quite a year. It's a delight that we round off the year with "Amelie", a fresh, funny journey that could have easily just been more Meg Ryan-esque romantic comedy fodder. If not for anything else, see it for Tautou's performance, but prepare to be smothered in a dream world.
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