Amelie from Montmartre
Amélie: [whispering in theater] I like to look for things no one el
se catches. I hate the way drivers never look at the road in old m
Hipolito, The Writer: Without you, today's emotions would be th
e scurf of yesterday.
Narrator: Amélie still seeks solitude. She amuses herself with silly questions about the world below, such as "How many people ar
e having an orgasm right now?"
Narrator: Amelie has one friend, Blubber. Alas the home enviro
nment has made Blubber suicidal.
[Pet fish leaps out of fish bowl in an attempt at suicide]
Amélie Poulain: At least you'll never be a vegetable - even artichokes have hearts.
Amélie: [to her father, who is not paying attention] I had two h
eart attacks, an abortion, did crack... while I was pregnant. Other t
han that, I'm fine.
[Amélie hands a beggar some money] （爱美丽给一个乞丐一些钱）
Beggar: Sorry madam, I don't work on Sundays.
If one needs more proof why foreign films are superior to American
crap, then look no further this gem. It’s beautiful, magical, funny, sad, and wonderfully romantic
-Amelie tells the story of a girl with a highly active imagination. Statues
come to life, TV's can talk to her and pictures can move around. Her mom
dies in a semi-hilarious scene which means she has to spend the rest of
her life with her dad. Her dad is a very distant man that seldom shows
affection. he's not a bad father by any chance, in fact he loves her daughter more than anything in the world, but he just doesn’t know how to
express his love for her properly so he becomes a bit distant from him .This leads to Amelia having to retreat into her imagination to find people to talk to since her dad won't. She makes up imaginary friends to play with and keeps herself entertained by over imagining what she sees in everyday life.
-the movie really begins about 20 minds. into the story She discovers through TV that princess DI has died in a car crash and so shocked by it that she drops a marble in her hand. The marble rolls in the bathroom till it hits a wall. She pushes aside the tiny wall to discover that it's where a little boy hid his toy a long time ago. So she decides to return it to him, and when the boy who’s now a man finds it he's so grateful that he begins
to cry. this leaves Amelia feeling so happy that she decides to spend the rest of her life doing good deeds to those who deserve it. she helps out a grocer whose been emotionally abused by his manager, helps a blind man cross the street whiles describing everything in sight, and she reunites a weeping widow with her husband through a letter. As things move along she meets a guy that she falls in love with and the entire 4th act of the movie basically shows how the two of them get together
-French director Jean-Pierre Jennet brings a unique visual style to this movie. It’s almost as if you're watching the movie through a dream. It is
also one of the best cinematography ever to be committed on film. The beautiful Audrey Tattoo plays the title character and the supporting casts also do an amazing job. This is one of those movies that leave you in a good mood after you watch it. Plus it will leave you in stitches from laughing so hard. The "Orgasm Montage" has to be one of the funniest scenes in cinema history and that is one of the many reason why this movie is awesome
In “Amelie from Montmartre”, Amelie is a French cute girl who doesn’t go to school for her father once mistakenly examined her not suiting for school. Her mother is died when she is just six, so she lives with her father only from that on. Being lack of friends, she lives with her imaginations. Gradually she turns to be a woman, works in a restaurant, and still has abundant imagination. One day, she finds a box full of little boy collections. She tries to find the lord of the box and returns it back. When she finally succeeds, the great joy of helping people impels her to do more helping things. While she executes many secret helping plans, she falls in love with a guy, and she is also encouraged to tell the guy her love. At last, what she has been working on have happy endings,
including helping others and being with the leading man.
After watching this, I was so surprised that this movie related to many things I learned recently! First, the incredible imagination reminds me of Don Quixote. And in the middle of the film, the voice-over describes Amelie as Don Quixote fighting with the windmill as well. Second, because this film is presented in exaggerate and magic style, I remembered the similarity of “Like Water for Chocolate” which is learned
in our freshman English class. They are both kinda magic-reality style. There’s one scene that when Amelie saw the leading man leaving, she suddenly became water melting and splashing. There are many scenes that use this kind of method to show how the leading lady thinks and feels.
I quite enjoyed myself in the special shooting method—fully expressed
the fantasy imagination of Amelie. She sees things in different angles and dares to adventure. World in her eyes becomes so exciting! I am actually a little bit conservative of life. Amelie let me f, so sometimes I miss some interesting part in another way out. I guess I will use my imagination properly and have fun in my life.
Amélie is a story about a girl named Amélie whose childhood was
suppressed by her Father's mistaken concerns of a heart defect. With
these concerns Amélie gets hardly any real life contact with other people.
This leads Amélie to resort to her own fantastical world and dreams of
love and beauty. She later on becomes a young woman and moves to the
central part of Paris as a waitress. After finding a lost treasure belonging
to the former occupant of her apartment, she decides to return it to him.
After seeing his reaction and his new found perspective - she decides to
devote her life to the people around her. Such as, her father who is
obsessed with his garden-gnome, a failed writer, a hypochondriac, a man
who stalks his ex girlfriends, the "ghost", a suppressed young soul, the
love of her life and a man whose bones are as brittle as glass. But after
consuming herself with these escapades - she finds out that she is
disregarding her own life and damaging her quest for love. Amélie then
discovers she must become more aggressive and take a hold of her life
and capture the beauty of love she has always dreamed of. Written by
Amélie is a shy waitress in a Montmartre café. After returning a long-lost
childhood treasure to a former occupant of her apartment, and seeing the
effect it has on him, she decides to set out on a mission to make others
happy and in the meantime pursues a quirky guy who collects discarded
photo booth pictures. Written by Anonymous
Amélie is looking for love, and perhaps for the meaning of life in general. We see her grow up in an original if slightly dysfunctional family. Now a
waitress in central Paris, she interacts curiously with her neighbors and
customers, as well as a mysterious Photomaton-image collector and one
of his even more mysterious photo subjects. Little by little, Amélie
realizes that the way to happiness (and yet more subtle humor) requires
her to take her own initiative and reach out to others. Written by
Amélie tries to enrich the lives of those around her by weaving her special
brand of mischievous magic. She befriends a neighbor who's a shut-in,
plays pranks on another neighbor, steals a garden gnome and returns
objects she collects to their rightful owners. She romantically daydreams
in the café she works at and marvels at life's ironies. One day she finds a small box containing a child's mementos and decides to set about finding
its rightful owner...will romance blossom for Amélie? Written by Mike
In 1974, in Enghien in the northern suburbs of Paris, the girl Amélie
Poulain was born and raised alone by her cold hearted father and her
stressed mother due to a mistake of her father's evaluation of her heart
conditions. Her mother dies in a weird accident and when the shy and
daydreamer Amélie Poulain becomes a young woman, she moves to central Paris and works as waitress in the café Deux Moulins in
Montmartre. On 30 August 1997, Amélie finds a child treasure hidden behind the wall that belonged to a dweller from the 50's, and she decides
to anonymously return it to the owner. He seeks out the man and when
she witnesses his happiness, she decides to become the "godmother of
the rejected", anonymously helping people that are her acquaintances
using her fantasy and little tricks. She convinces her father to travel
abroad using his garden gnome; she helps her neighbor that is an outcast
and lonely painter and the super that misses her unfaithful husband; she
also helps her hypochondriac colleague that works in the tobacco shop
and the man that stalks the other waitress acting like cupid; she plays
pranks to an employer that mistreats his employee with abusive
relationship. When Amélie finds the album of photos of an intriguing
collector that collects rejected photos in the Photomaton of the Gare de
l'Est, she seeks him out and falls in love with him. On 28 September 1997,
Amélie Poulain finds love. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Det här är en av mina absoluta favoritfilmer. Regi står Jean-Pierre Jeunet
för och söta
Audrey Tautou spelar Amélie Poulain. Flimen hade premiär 2001.
Bilden längst ner är en favorit. Jag hade gärna haft ett sovrum som detta.
Älskar allt med filmen, det romantiska, komiska och den färgsprakande
This is one my absolute favorite movies. Jean-Pierre Jeunet is the
director and sweet
Audrey Tautou plays Amélie Poulain. Flim premiered 2001th
The picture at the bottom is a favorite. I would have liked to have had a
bedroom like this