‎Rendez-vous () directed by André Téchiné • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd ‎Rendez-vous () directed by André Téchiné • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd

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Strong but confused and out of luck she gets the part of Juliette in a way that seems like fate. Certainly the characters take its events very seriously, and the light comedy of the first twenty minutes--my favorite--doesn't mesh well with the Carax-esque romance of the rest.

If you'd like to make an appointment to talk about your concerns Just have them make an appointment for another time. The doctors are out right now, but I can make an appointment for someone to visit you at your home. So I've been writing this as I've been watching the film, and I guess, to end it, I'll say that this film reminded me of how crazy and fucked up human beings can be.

But Nina doesn't have the same luck as Juliette when it comes to timing. You see the seedlings of a lot of early 90s American indie films coming out of here too; Hal Hartley owes a lot to this. Imagine the energy of la Haine channeled into a romance. Basically a strange longing for both artifice and reality that successfully evokes neither.

Giving herself to others physically to get what she craves mentally, and end up in a love triangle. Je voulais te prendre un rendez-vous avec Richard.

Rencontre / rendez-vous / réunion

This film doesn't miss a fuckin beat. How can I book an appointment? She wanted to see the Base Doctor and Major Couture said he would make an appointment.