NC-17 | | Drama, Romance
A young American studying in Paris in 1968 strikes up a friendship with a French brother and sister. Set against the background of the '68 Paris student riots.
When in the film Godard Mon Amour Godard meets the filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci, there is the curious circumstance that the actor who plays the first of them (Louis Garrel) obtained his first cinematographic success under the orders of the Italian director in "The Dreamers" (2003).
The first time I saw a movie at the cinématèque française I thought, "Only the French... only the French would house a cinema inside a palace."
At the end of the movie, inside the tent, Matthew was lying almost naked covered only by the flower robe between his legs. When he woke up, the robe somehow was already on his left arm.
The word "events" is misspelled in the sentence stating "The wevents, characters and firms depicted in this photoplay are fictitious."
US R-rated version runs ca. 3 minutes shorter than the uncut NC-17-rated version.
$142,632 8 February 2004