The Science of Sleep (2006)

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A man entranced by his dreams and imagination is love-struck with a French woman and feels he can show her his world.

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  • Gael García Bernal in The Science of Sleep (2006)
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg and Emma de Caunes in The Science of Sleep (2006)
  • Gael García Bernal at an event for The Science of Sleep (2006)

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24 March 2007 | paulcreeden
10
| Pure artistry.
There is no surprise in Hollywood's ignoring this film for awards and honors. None at all. This film does not speak Hollywood's language, because it speaks the language of art, not the language of money. It is brilliant. It is entertaining. It is visually hypnotic. It is insightful. These qualities cannot be found in today's blockbusters. Bernal is endearing and funny. Gainsbourg is beautiful in an intensely real light. The pace of the film is exquisite. I also had the pleasure of watching the 'Making of...' documentary on the DVD. Michel Gondry's subtle genius shines brilliantly in the interviews. The techniques employed to achieve the effects in the film are amazingly un-Hollywood. I have a new respect for French film-making. Added to the wonders of Jeunet are the wonders of Gondry. I cannot recommend this film strongly enough to anyone with a sense of humor and imagination.

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