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  • By Sidney
    September 12, 2012
    07:22 PM

    1) One of the most accurate depiction of life in theater. 2) Arletty! 3) The haunting visual poetry.
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  • By Russell Fry
    September 13, 2012
    10:55 AM

    1) Garance! 2) Garance!! 3)Garance!!! The first time I watched this I was literally on my feet shouting at my TV at the end for it not to be over. Absolutely incredible.
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  • By PhiloFarnsworth
    September 13, 2012
    03:41 PM

    1) I'm not a huge fan of mimes, and yet the pantomime performances take my breath away 2) Listening to the exquisite sounds of the name "Garance" every time it's spoken - especially Pierre Brasseur's fabulous voice 3) Great art can emerge from adversity: the Nazis were in control when they were filming this
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  • By Vince C.
    July 26, 2014
    02:30 PM

    I've seen Citizen Kane many times, but I nominate Children of Paradise for best film ever. I first saw it in the Carnegie Hall Cinema back in the 1970s, and I came away literally speechless (like a mime), my heart pierced. The Bicycle Thief is way up there, too, but nothing can match the sweep and emotional impact of this one.
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