Lili (1953)

Passed   |    |  Drama, Musical, Romance


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An orphaned young woman becomes part of a puppet act and forms a relationship with the anti-social puppeteer.

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  • Zsa Zsa Gabor in Lili (1953)
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor and Jean-Pierre Aumont in Lili (1953)
  • Jean-Pierre Aumont and Leslie Caron in Lili (1953)
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor and Jean-Pierre Aumont in Lili (1953)
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor in Lili (1953)
  • Leslie Caron in Lili (1953)

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19 September 2005 | Nissimo
10
| Absolutely Exquisite!
This movie is my favorite movie of all time! The innocence and sweetness conveyed by Leslie Caron in this movie is supreme! You'll find no other film like it! Personally, I think it is better than an American in Paris. The reasons why I like it are almost inexplicable, however. I first watched it at age 16. Afterwards I felt like the world was a wonderful thing and that there was still purity in the existence. Leslie Caron's virginal character is so convincing that she doesn't even need to say anything to make the viewer feel that she is truly good. Mel Ferrers performance is also noteworthy. The chemistry between these two characters is real. This movie is often overshadowed by Leslie Caron's more popular films (such as an Gigi). However, I recommend that all movie lovers watch this film.

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