Amélie (15)

Film

Fantasy films

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Time Out says

Tue Oct 11 2011

Arguably the quintessential subtitled film for people who don’t like subtitled films (it’d be a dust-up between this and ‘Cinema Paradiso’), Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s rose-tinted Parisian romance is wheeled out once more to celebrate its tenth anniversary. Likely to be the role for which actress Audrey Tautou will be remembered until her dying day, the film is all the more interesting for remaining an eccentric one-of-a-kind that feels every bit the product of its writer-director’s unique sensibility and worldview. Revisiting it now, it still has the same strengths and weaknesses: the experience of watching is still like being swept along on a tidal wave of cheeky jokes and oddball observations, yet it still feels overlong and at times a little saccharine.
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Rated:

15

UK release:

Fri Oct 14, 2011

Duration:

123 mins

Cinemas showing Amélie

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The Bussey Building/CLF Art Cafe

133, Rye Lane, London, SE15 4ST Show map/details

  • Address:

    133
    The Bussey Building/CLF Art Cafe Rye Lane
    London
    SE15 4ST

  • Venue phone:

    020 7732 5275

  • Venue website:

    www.clfartcafe.org

  • Transport:

    Rail: Peckham Rye

  • Map

    1. The Bussey Building/CLF Art Cafe
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  • Tue Jul 22:

    • 21:00

Peckham Film Club

133, Rye Lane, London, SE15 4ST Show map/details

  • Address:

    133
    Peckham Film Club Rye Lane
    London
    SE15 4ST

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  • Tue Jul 22:

    • 21:00

Greenwich Picturehouse

180 Greenwich High Rd, London, SE10 8NN Show map/details

  • Address:

    Greenwich Picturehouse 180 Greenwich High Rd
    London
    SE10 8NN

  • Venue phone:

    08717 042 065

  • Venue website:

    www.picturehouses.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    7.45pm

  • Transport:

    Rail: Greenwich rail/DLR

  • Price:

    £7, concs £5

  • Map

    1. Greenwich Picturehouse
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  • Thu Jul 10:

    • 20:30

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Banti Gheneti

an amazing movie about Amelie who enjoys the small things in life and brings joy to others through interesting stratagems and along the way gets to know people and finds love.

Banti Gheneti

an amazing movie about Amelie who enjoys the small things in life and brings joy to others through interesting stratagems and along the way gets to know people and finds love.

Mel

i love this film it is genuine feelgood and also has some very touching monents loke when Nino goes to the cafe to find her and she cant talk to him. i love the glass mans analysis on amelies life and forcing her to see her self. the travelling gnome was genius aswell- so sweet favorite film brilliant acting

Mel

i love this film it is genuine feelgood and also has some very touching monents loke when Nino goes to the cafe to find her and she cant talk to him. i love the glass mans analysis on amelies life and forcing her to see her self. the travelling gnome was genius aswell- so sweet favorite film brilliant acting

pete mcnee

i had not become a fan of romantic films before or after watching Amelie, bur regardless of the genre, it is the most wonderfull and charming film i have seen. The tirleess dedication to detail within the sets, language and charactors can be easily overlooked when distracted bt Audrey's intensely subtle performance. (also be aware not to miss the subtitles by gazing into here eye's at every opportunity). Supported by an equally talented cast this make's for superb film which can still throw new heart warming detais at you each time you watch. To sum up- Perfect.

pete mcnee

i had not become a fan of romantic films before or after watching Amelie, bur regardless of the genre, it is the most wonderfull and charming film i have seen. The tirleess dedication to detail within the sets, language and charactors can be easily overlooked when distracted bt Audrey's intensely subtle performance. (also be aware not to miss the subtitles by gazing into here eye's at every opportunity). Supported by an equally talented cast this make's for superb film which can still throw new heart warming detais at you each time you watch. To sum up- Perfect.