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Film Review - Mood Indigo

MOOD INDIGO Audrey Tautou

“Mood Indigo” is perhaps the saddest episode of “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.” The latest from director Michel Gondry, the film is yet another explosion of art-school ambition, this time unleashing his insatiable appetite for whimsy on a melodrama, attempting to fuse matters of the heart with visual idiosyncrasy. The sheer craftsmanship of the movie is astounding, with intricate details filling every frame. Gondry can always be counted on for oddity, but “Mood Indigo” doesn’t bother with consistency or, at times, even coherency. It’s a personal flight of fancy for the helmer, who’s so far up into the clouds with this endeavor, he forgets where to land this insistently peculiar picture. Read the rest at


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