An Eye For Beauty
Directed by Denys Arcand
Luc is a brilliant young architect with a budding reputation. Opinionated, charming, and content, he lives with his beautiful wife in the stunning countryside of Quebec. Luc’s seemingly-perfect life begins to fall apart, however, when he meets and falls for a mysterious woman during a business trip.
A brilliant young architect puts his seemingly-perfect marriage in jeopardy when he falls for a mysterious woman during a business trip.
Cast: Éric Bruneau, Mélanie Thierry, Melanie Merkosky, Marie-Josée Croze, Édith Scob
There were four great beauties in this film; the main character, his wife, Canada, and the featured architecture. I enjoyed this. It is made in that French film tradition that is more about the subtleties and nuances of relationships than it is about ultimate meaning or plot.
Not bad. I would have like more of a story line. Felt rushed.
Beautifully filmed. Unfortunately, the only emotional content of the film was the scenic and architectural beauty. Everyone, except the old building contractor, was bereft of any emotional depth.
Handsome wooden buildings, filled with handsome wooden people, reciting handsome wooden dialogue.
I liked it. It surprised me. More complex than I had anticipated. A non cliche approach. And loved the landscape, and music.