Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Moshé Mizrahi - La Vie devant soi AKA Madame Rosa (1977)

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Best Foreign Language film at the 1978 Oscars.

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It's a shame that this film doesn't have a wider audience here in the US. Simone Signoret gives perhaps the finest performance of a distinguished career, unafraid to let the ravages of time and hard living show.

The film has some surface similarities to Central Station in that both films are about older women finding new meaning when having to care for a child, street urchins in each film. Both women are embittered and angry at life in general.

Rent Madam Rosa if you can find it. Anyone who loves exceptional film will be happy they gave this one their time.






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