La Ronde (1950)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance

La Ronde (1950) Poster

Vignettes revolving around a circle of interconnected love.


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4 March 2009 | christopher-underwood
| Ophul's cameras twirl and glide like the carousel itself
This seems a little old fashioned even allowing for it's period setting. Perhaps it's the reluctance of the director to go beyond even the merest suggestion of congress that gives it an air of something made in the late thirties or forties. It certainly has charm though and Ophul's cameras twirl and glide like the carousel itself. Always looking sumptuous (perhaps it shouldn't) and always light-hearted (perhaps it should be more serious) it is a pleasant enough viewing. Oscar Strauss' music helps enormously and is in complete harmony with the visuals. Simon Signoret as the prostitute, seen at the start and finish is exemplary and Simone Simon shines most brightly as the seductive maid.

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