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She has an interlude with the two, who have gotten robbed in the store of the man whose car they took. The girl is done with placid charm by Miou-Miou, and [as the two drifters] Gerard Depardieu and Patrick Dewaere appear promising.
Director Bertrand Blier [adapting his own novel] also shows a sure hand, and a brio and anarchic bounce. Home Film Reviews. Dec 31, pm PT.
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Expand the sub menu Dirt. Expand the sub menu Digital. FilmCriticLalitRao 26 June As a film which challenges the limits of roguishness, "Les Valseuses" is based on the eponymous best selling book written by Bertrand Blier which sold over 75, copies in France.
This film makes a lot of sense as it shocked audiences beyond belief at the time of its initial release and would continue to shock many generations to come.
As the film is rather disquieting and not exactly vulgar, a lot of questions would be asked regarding the general bad behavior of its protagonists who don't have a clue as to why there are times when fun loving goes out of control?
Bertrand Blier, one of French cinema's most innovative directors, was influential in furthering his actors' careers as French actresses Isabelle Huppert and Mio Miou saw their careers advance as a result of this film's success.
Some other actors associated with this film too saw a veritable advancement of their respective careers. Actress Jeanne Moreau, who is considered as one of French cinema's most vivacious chatterboxes, was revealed by him in the best silent role of her acting career.
Actress Brigitte Fossey made her presence vital to the story although she had a minor role with hints of sexual aggression.
For Patrick Dewaere,"Les Valseuses" was a good opportunity to excel alongside Depardieu in a role where he became good friends with Miou Miou too.
Lastly, "Les Valseuses" would be remembered as a film wherein Bertrand Blier imposed his anti conformist stance against French society and its false values.
I remember hitch hiking to Spain at 25, getting a lift from, what turned out to be, two fleeing Italian small crooks.
They were doing a lot outside the law, but from the other side carrying a little portrait of Jesus in the pocket for their protection Just and unjust, good and bad, criminal and correct where here in a new combination, outside of the categories I used to know.
This film touches 'values', it's a story about 'what's right and wrong': morals. There's danger all the way, because, how far can you go with your own 'freedom' and crossing your own moral borders and that of other people?
What to do with people who are willing to hurt you, put you in jail or even shoot at you for the things that you do, like "stealing" some petrol from a multinational oil company for you fifth hand car?
Les Valseuses re-awakens these questions in me, because morality, in contradiction to the usual 'media message', is quite complex It filled me with a strong urge for pissing on the director and defecating on the script writer.
And no, I'm not particularly proud of that feeling. This is a movie for people who find pleasure in watching women getting beaten and raped, breast-feeding mothers getting molested, year old girls getting their virginity taken and women's vaginas and underwear getting sniffed.
And the perpetrators getting away with all of that with a flamboyant charm and not a trace of reflection. Oh, did I mention people keen on watching suicides committed by pistol shots to the vaginas?
Yes, this is a movie for you, guys. Yes, I have seen a lot of movies, where even more distasteful things were shown. But those movies had actual plots.
They were filmed to tell some story or to send some message. Showing those awful things had some purpose.
The purpose other than filming sick fantasies of the perverted script writer. I believe this was the most disgusting movie I have ever seen. I'd like to warn especially those people that are now thinking "Great, I love disgusting things, I love shocking value, I love Tarantino - this is a movie for me".
Trust me - it is not. I was thinking the same and now I'm filled with disgust. I'm disgusted with the creators of this turd, I'm disgusted with people that praise this movie but also I'm disgusted with myself - for not being able to predict how terrible it is and for wasting two hours watching it till the end.
Don't duplicate my mistake. Aw-komon 16 August Depardieu's most notorious film is this groundbreaker from Bertrand Blier.
It features many highly sexual scenes verging on an X-rating, including one of Jeanne Moreau doing a hot s version of her Jules and Jim menage a trois with the two hairy French hippies Depardieu and Deware.
There is no such thing as a sacred territory in this film; everything is fair game. It's very odd that Americans tend to not like this film very much while many French people I've met consider it a classic.
Something about it goes against what Americans have been programmed to 'like. They're out for kicks and anti-capitalist, Euro-commie, slacker 'freedom.
Best of all though, is the way the wonderful Stephane Grappelli score conveys the restless soul of the drifters, the deeper subconscious awareness or 'higher ideal' that motivates all the follies they engage in.
A few reviewers have mentioned the word 'misogynist' in connection with this film. I'd say the makers don't just hate women, but all humankind.
It's hard to understand why most of the reviews laud this, but as another reviewer pointed out, it is the kind that attracts those who drag their knuckles when they walk.
It's obvious that the creator of this film not only hates but fears women. It is one of the sickest fantasies made, and if that attracts some sickos, let me add that it is not very well made.
Think of a spotty adolescent with an 8mm camera. I'd give it a ten for atmosphere and performances, but the misogyny of the characters and, by implication, that of the author, who both wrote the story and filmed it is too sickening, reaching truly horrifying proportions in the end chosen for Jeanne Moreau's character.
Yep, we women should ALL commit suicide at forty, or whenever we stop being able to breed. Yep, there's nothing wrong with us, or the world at large, that a good shag won't cure.
Still, I'd recommend it to intelligent people; unfortunately, this is exactly the sort of movie that attracts most strongly the knuckle-dragging stupid.
There's naked breasts and more in it, after all! Trent 7 July The film does have some good scenes, here and there, and all the performances are effective.
However the film is laid out like a series of sketches and it leads nowhere in particular. The characters don't seem to have much arc, and after a while it becomes obvious that Blier is just using shock tactics to carry our interest.
The film was a huge hit in France and jumpstarted the career of its stars, it is watchable and fast paced just lacking in substance or theme.
I loved Dewaere in Series Noir. His talent is trivialized in "The Waltzers" aka "Going Places". Okay, it's a couple of guys flaunting convention in the most absurd and irredeemable ways; many folks find such behavior amusing.
This was a boring, pointless exercise designed to shock. I find the smirk on Blier's face, the face behind the camera, annoying.
Series Noir was a valid expression of personal liberty and licentious behavior. From the first moment when we see Patric Dewaere prancing in the abandoned lot we get an idea of the bewilderingly beautiful anti-hero we'll be spending time with for the next couple of hours.
When we see him chasing the hapless middle aged female with his buddy Depardieu in "Going Places" we have fair warning that two hours spent with these chaps will be soul-draining.
I have trouble eking even a "3" for this annoying distraction. I admit I didn't watch this movie to the end.
In fact, I made it to 30 minutes, and even that was a struggle. The fact is, this is perhaps the most misogynistic movie I've ever seen.
The only real theme that emerges, with four scenes involving three different women and an unseen teenage girl in those 30 minutes, is a strongly anti-women message.
I'm a male, by the way. Aside from this misogyny, the acting is mediocre, the script and plot are thin a road trip to nowhere, except excuses to sexually assault more women perhaps?
As for the relatively high rating on IMDb, I guess this is something of a cult movie. But is isn't artistic in any way, not really. There's nothing thoughtful about the cinematography or the score, and as I said, the script and plot are weak.
These characters aren't beatniks or hippies looking for some meaning in their lives. Instead, I rather imagine them voting for the Front National.
Perhaps I didn't understand the movie. But then again, after watching those 30 minutes, I don't want to understand the movie.
It is irredeemable, and Depardieu is a huge disappointment for agreeing to make it. The episodic movie follows their adventures as they try to, among other things, live without working and give pleasure to frigid to women.
The latter endeavor includes seducing a soldier's bride on a train, literally chasing a woman through the streets, picking up a woman randomly as she leaves prison, and what becomes their ultimate challenge, giving pleasure to Marie-Ange, who is all too willing to have sex but has never had an orgasm.
No one would ever accuse this movie of being politically correct. It is sexist, the heroes are brutish criminals, but the point isn't really that they're doing anything noble or should be forgiven for their sins.
It is more of a meditation on self destruction, although I think the fun of this movie is just the tragic black comedy of their hopeless adventures, not analyzing it for some deeper meaning.
I enjoyed the soundtrack a lot, well the main theme that kept being repeated, and the credit music was a perfect coda. This is a great French film from the 70s, check it out.
I saw this film when it first played in and hated it. The lead characters were stupid and violent, and I thought it was mean spirited and not funny at all.
Seeing it some 38 years later, I have a much more mixed opinion about it. I can now see many things in the film I didn't understand before.
First, it is clear that Blier is heavily influenced by Godard and the Nouvelle Vague. Notice that the violence is generally off-screen and the story generally jumps over these scenes.
For example the wounding of Pierrot is not shown, just as the shooting of the cop is not shown in "Breathless. Likewise, as in "Breathless," there are long seemingly improvised, almost existentialist, talking scenes where the action comes completely to a stop.
Second, the violence and psychotic behavior of the leads is mainly in the first half of the film. In the second half, they are mostly charming and often sweet.
For example, Jean-Claude offers all the money he has just stolen to a complete stranger, Jeanne Pirolle Jeanne Moreau , a 40 year old destitute woman just released from prison after 10 years.
Jean Claude does not ask anything in return. He seems to just want to help her. At another point, after Jean-Claude and Pierrot are connected with a murder, they try to get rid of Marie-Ange, so that she will not be connected.
It is clear that these hoodlums who have mistreated Marie-Ange very badly have learned to care about her and even want to protect her.
While there are still any number of objectionable things that the lead characters do, there are really only two scenes, where they do things that are unforgivably mean-spirited.
First, Jean Claude threatens the children of a doctor who is helping Pierrot. This seems entirely unnecessary and vicious.
Second, Jean Claude shoots Marie-Ange in the knee when she starts to get angry during a robbery. The previous mistreatment of Marie-Ange, giving her as a present to a friend and forcing her to have sex together do not seem so bad, because she herself doesn't object and seems use to sexual mistreatment.
It is at the moment that Marie-Ange has started to think and express herself and her feelings of anger that Jean Claude shoots her and that is why this incident seems so unpardonable.
It is put down as a goof in the film that later we see Marie-Ange and the wound from the gunshot has disappeared. I am not sure if it is a goof.