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    Sep 29 2020

    The New Classics: Frances Ha

    ByMichael Cusumano

    Scene: Paris
    Frances is a dancer by trade, but I think it’s fair to say that throughout Noah Baumbach’sFrances Haher real art is poor decision making. In that regard, her impromptu trip to Paris is her masterpiece.

    The spontaneous journey to France is the quintessential youthful indulgence. “Oh to be so young and free that I could drop everything and jet off to Europe.” Unfortunately for Frances, Baumbach’s films delight in subverting such self-consciously grand gestures. In踢和尖叫在结束电影的经典比赛进行到机场的字符啮合才发现他不能得到最后一分钟的门票。当收银员向他提供次日他放气和下降一票。瞬间将那时已经过去了。弗朗西斯并不仅仅运行到机场,她飞到大西洋的另一边。因此,她的滑稽动作赢得她的更加残酷拆解...

    Frances, played by co-writer Greta Gerwig with a loopiness that oscillates between endearing and maddening, has arrived at twenty-seven newly single and precariously employed, still coasting off the excitement and freedom of her college years. She has reached the age when the gap between those who have their lives together and those who don’t becomes impossible to ignore. This is certainly the case between Frances and her joined-at-the-hip best friend, Sophie (Mickey Sumner). Sophie has a dream job and a stable boyfriend and in the film’s opening act, Frances finds herself abruptly abandoned to pay solo rent on an apartment she cannot remotely afford.

    It could be an occasion for a thorough personal assessment, but Frances doesn’t really do reality, at least not yet. The film’s hyperactive cutting suggests Frances steering the movie according to her insouciant philosophy. No dwelling on setbacks, just bounce merrily to the next thing. The sparkling black and white cinematography also places Frances firmly outside reality. She resides in the romantic ideal of New York, the New York outsiders say with amazement and envy when they gasp, “You live in New York?

    Even in this fanciful metropolis her belief the future she envisioned will work itself out is getting difficult to maintain in the face of mounting evidence to the contrary. At one point Frances endures a hellish dinner party where every person in attendance is comfortable in their success. It’s the kind of situation where event the polite ice-breakers like “So what do you do?” hit like deep personal attacks. So when the host offers Frances use of his apartment “next time she’s in Paris” with the casual tone most people would use to say “next time you order out.” Frances announces that yes, she would love to use the Paris apartment, for that coming weekend as a matter of fact. It’s a fit of passive aggressive petulance, and an indirect swing at her estranged bestie, whom she has just learned is dropping her dream job to follow her boyfriend to Japan.

    除了是在成熟度方面有倒退之举,这也是不平凡的自我毁灭任何数量的实际水平。她取得了零周的计划,有关于她的星期一早晨的职业生涯一个重要的会议,并能最强调不起只是小额到法国48小时。弗朗西斯为最后一个计划。

    “I’m going to use a credit card I got in the mail,” she explains.

    “这是不聪明,”她说。“这就是他们想要的东西。他们想保持你的债务。”

    “我知道。我看纪录片,”弗朗西斯偏转。通过鲍姆巴赫和Gerwig剧本是关于感知的方式聪明的人破坏自己,相信他们的自我意识在某种程度上屏蔽他们的后果。

    The trip is a shambles from beginning to end. She takes a sleeping pill to overcome jet lag and accidentally sleeps away the bulk of her trip, arriving at all her romantic Parisian destinations in time for them to close in her face. She desperately tries to meet up with a friend but the lack of planning prevents them from getting on the same page before Frances is in a cab back to Brooklyn. The capper is when she misses the opportunity to reconcile with Sophie and doesn’t have the heart to explain the idiotic reason she can’t attend her going away party. In the pathetically hilarious button to the sequence Frances is reduced to going to the movies alone, pathetically asking if it’s too late to get intoPuss in Boots才发现她缺乏规划再次拧她。很少有药物作为醉人的青春自发性但像任何药物最终解酒开始大于高。

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    读者评论(14)

    我知道我是少数在这里,但我讨厌这部电影。如果你不关心的主角,我不能让自己在乎弗朗西丝成长小说不起作用。

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterAmory Blaine

    新经典,是我最喜欢的一个ries on TFE. Keep up the good work, Michael!

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterAmory Blaine

    迈克尔 - 我喜欢这部电影,并对此表示赞赏取就可以了。它真正得到什么等等fasciniating /狂揽约FRANCES医管局如何完美的电影钉子这个特殊的精神病。

    艾默里 - 我同意这样做(在系列)。本赛季即将结束* *流鼻涕,但希望我们会得到第三个赛季下来就行了。

    September 29, 2020 |Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

    First time I watched this I absolutely loathed it. I just wasn’t in the right mood or something. Maybe Frances’ flaws and mistakes revealed too much of myself and I wasn’t ready yet to deal with it. I don’t know. But it was a complete turn around on the second go. I loved every single second of it. I’m so glad Greta Gerwig exists in my lifetime.

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered Commenter布拉德利

    The funniest thing about the movie for me is her casual dismissal of the whole trip over the phone when she gets back. "Yeah, that was stupid". What an understatement.

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterLucky

    我喜欢这部电影,真的没有得到恨。主角的行为可能是一种......有失妥当,但片中的她导致苦笑着一种解说的迷人距离。大多数法国新浪潮电影的人物几乎都是你要么想为朋友的人。我很高兴地看到了电影的一些支持。其中一个我最不喜欢这些标准收藏的Facebook团体的事情涉及到那些“什么是在收集你最喜欢的电影”线程。不可避免的是,有一堆仇敌,为了Frances HA和微小的家具(可能多为较前者后者,不过,两者)。它几乎引发的厌女症,这当然是几乎没有新的电影文化的幽灵。(我也有一个理论,人民群众深恶痛绝TINY家具,因为如果它的戳在人“电影研究”度。嘿嘿,我有两个电影研究学位和我都笑了。人们需要减仓。“)

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterDan Humphrey

    Greta gerwig a real genius ⭐️

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterAmirfarhang

    YEEEEEEEEES, my favorite movie. I watched this movie in my early twenties and thought it was cute. But then I watched it with 27 and cried the whole movie

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterAlguém

    I love this film. The Paris sequence is incredible with the music of "Every1's a Winner" in the background as it's so ironic considering that Frances made a reckless decision without really thinking or planning. Still never been to Paris, physically.

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered Commenterthevoid99

    我同意艾默里布莱恩。受不了这部电影。讨人喜欢字符,在我看来,汇整部影片。

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered Commenter佩德罗

    The specificity of the Puss in Boots joke kills me. I can't think of a better movie from that time for that moment.

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered Commenterchasm301

    So good, probably Baumbach's masterpiece. Gerwig is an absolute delight here and in the very underrated "Mistress America."

    September 29, 2020 |Unregistered Commenter乔纳森

    一个2010年代的我的十大最爱。我不认为弗朗西斯是不讨人喜欢,但一大堆伟大的电影(和电视剧)的功能不讨人喜欢的主角,所以我一点都不明白批评......特别是当演员刻画人物是有魅力的Gerwig。

    September 30, 2020 |Unregistered Commenterjules

    I guess it depends. I was slightly younger than Frances the first time I saw the movie and I recognized counterparts from my life in nearly all characters. Grace Gummer's Rachel was probably the closest to mine - her annoyance, when Frances decides to go to Paris despite still not giving her debt back, resembled mine. The film overall stroke a chord among other students - in our university film club Gerwig even won Best Actress over Cate Blanchett which... c'mon. :)

    I get that Frances might be hard to follow because several of her actions are beneath an adult human being but at the same time she changing right in front of our very eyes. I loved the cinematography and I'll always stand by the fact that it should have been Oscar nomination in Best Original Screenplay category.

    September 30, 2020 |Unregistered CommenterTheDrMistery