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It's difficult to find great French romantic comedies. But I think the romantic comedy is more an American specialty.
I think very often in the French cinema, we like to show something a little bit more complex about the psychology and the ambiguity we feel in love stories.
But I still wouldn't call Mood Indigo a romantic comedy.
It's difficult because no movie, I would say, taught me anything about love.
Once she finally begins dating again, she surprises everyone by choosing Markus (François Damiens), a dull coworker.
The filmmakers are so smitten by Tautou’s beauty that she’s rarely required to do more than look lovely.
In 2002 she appeared in the ensemble comedy ), director Claude Miller’s adaptation of the François Mauriac novel (1927) of the same name.
We like to bring some answer to a psychological equation.
And maybe that's something different from the American romantic comedy.
It's nice not to see each day, or moment, as an emergency, and not to feel as if tomorrow there won't be another chance or possibility in a relationship.
In the movie, of course, the line is something very romantic and sad.
And I think that's not very common to be surprised now when you go to see a movie.