The Sense of Wonder (2015)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Louise, a widow with two children, almost crushes a stranger with her car. She takes care of him, even if he's not really wounded. It turns out that he has mental disorders and that they can help each other much more than they thought.


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Director:

Éric Besnard

Writer:

Éric Besnard (screenplay)

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3 November 2016 | michi-02147
10
| Gentle warmth infusion
I adore this movie. By nervously checking my watch repeatedly in fear that time would pass too quickly and the movie might be over it was obvious how much I wanted it to last longer.

As a lot of French movies it is a very gentle display of a delicate situation. There is some drama, there is sadness nevertheless there is this warm undertone in the background giving a feeling of hope.

Someone in favor of romantic movies, an audience who appreciates the not-overly dramatic progress of French films that some might mistake as slow, to those this movie will be a delight. It is a gem with lovable characters where even the "villains'" actions are understandable, where warmth and humanity reign before fast-beated action.

It is a good way to end a day. I strongly recommend having a pear pie with it. Enjoy!

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