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Viva Maria(1965)

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  • A surprisingly funny film, worth it for Bardot

    • Kirby
    • 8/2/17

    This film is surprisingly funny, with some great sight gags (such as the male audience's reaction when Bardot accidentally loses some of her clothing onstage) to the assistants to Rodriquez throwing their bodies on the ground so their boss doesn't have to walk in the mud. The film is a light-hearted comic look at a revolution in a Central American country (If you mixed BANANAS with PRIVATE BENJAMIN, you might wind up with something similar to VIVA MARIA.)Yet it is worth it just to see Brigitte Bardot cavorting around like she is having a grand time, and getting to see her in all of her smoking hot glory. This woman was gorgeous in her prime, and VIVA MARIA gives her ample screen time to prove it.Jeanne Moreau is more than up to the task of playing alongside Bardot, with her own sultry looks and a more polished performance.But make no mistake, this is Bardot's film, and she carries it.Worth a look some Saturday night when you don't want anything heavy, and a few laughs, and Bardot) to go with it

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