A conformist movie about non-conformism
I really don't understand why your users rated this movie as a mediocre one. This is a superb irony on the irrational fashion that runs through the Western Elite. It's a game between rational and irrational, under the pretext of a blind director who initially wants to make a nonconformist movie and he ends by making it "per accidens". "Thanks God the French exist!" says Woody Allen at a certain moment. Well, we should really thank God for that. The French have style. The French have art. What came under my eyes very rapidly was that, although Woody Allen movie is surprisingly commercial, very easy to understand from a superficial perspective, it is a movie about postmodernism, about how art is made. Tristan Tzara, my compatriot and the initiator of the Suprarealist movement called DADAISM would have been very enthusiastic over the movie in the movie. You should watch this movie with your eyes and ears and with your mind open, because you'll see something else.
This title contains:
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking