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La Ronde(1950)

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  • la ronde

    • kevin sellers
    • 5/18/16

    While there is no question that this film can at times be schmaltzy, trite, and even tawdry, there is no denying the spell that it casts over the viewer. Director Max Ophuls creates a seductive, sophisticated, sunny yet shadowy, Vienna of the mind where the romantic and the erotic meet. Your guide to this world of continental amour circa 1900 is Austrian actor Anton Walbrook and there is no better host. Alternately amused, perceptive, cynical, and sympathetic Walbrook (i.e. "the personification of your desires") is the anti Maurice Chevalier, just as "La Ronde" is the anti "Gigi." There is even a middle finger raised to the 1950, Hollywood censorship gods to which "Gigi" is a paean. Also giving memorable performances is a twenty something Simone Signoret, Simone Simon of "Cat People" fame, and Danniele Darrieux who was so great in another fine Ophuls film, "Errings of Madame De." So take a whirl on the carousel. You won't want to get off. And you'll be singing the carousel theme in the shower for days afterward! Give it an A minus.

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    • Jay
    • 1/1/09

    Fascinating story, with a wonderful cast. Director Max Ophuls does a remarkable job directing, excellent writing. Great art direction and costumes.

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