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  • Format: AC-3, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, NTSC, Import
  • Language: French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Momentum
  • Release Date: Sept. 25 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B008H1Q3YG
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Delicacy [Blu-ray]

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This is another great effort by Cohen films to bring international cinema to this side of the pond. It is a light drama/romance/comedy that is entertaining and cute.

The blu-ray delivers a remarkable image with a 1080p transfer encoded AVC. The soundtrack is DTS HD MA and very clear.

Highly recommended as are most Cohen Films blu-ray releases!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tautou does it again! April 4 2015
By Get Serious - Published on
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If you've spent any time with the French at all and understand their mentality, it is clear what a pain in the *ss they can be! However no one understands the male-female interaction better than the French. If you have not been married or had long-term relationships and especially if you've never lost someone close to you, you will not understand this film. Audrey Tautou now a bit older in youthful adulthood explores love with someone upon whom she can depend, her husband. People of old-school mentality truly believe that love and marriage is a one-time thing with someone who is your absolute mate against the rest of the world. If you lose this person, your world disintegrates! Today most people are thinking how long it will be before they get divorced, right when they are saying their vows! In other words, happy partnership is an anomaly rather than the norm. Women all over the world are programmed for pampering and romance. Sex is something they don't even think about until they are fully 'linked' with their significant other (the 'reward' system). Men don't really think this way. But after the woman's loss and grief cycle, a smart man realizes that the only way to her via romance, pampering and care. Women are unrealistic this way and is the primary reason men can't figure out where they are coming from. Relationships in today's world are all but impossible in the first place, men and women having no valid communication whatsoever! The film is a microcosm of basic failed interaction between the sexes and illustrates that the two genders are basically thrown together by accident. It does illustrate that women own 'the stuff' and therefore control it, the man only being let in if he jumps through enough hoops. Women are shown as 'in charge' and controlling not only of relationships, but overall business. This really isn't a chick-flic, as men will recognize the miscommunications and power-plays from their own relationships. The screenplay illustrates that the genders are lucky if they find anything in common at all and find a way to meld!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Replacement Soul Mate Aug. 13 2016
By Bob G. - Published on
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acting like a crazy lady, running off instead of completing a meeting for which she had been preparing for three months, was a bit of a twist. But it did fit with her desire to bring her replacement soul mate into the center of her life. Intra office romances are always questionable, perhaps especially when Nathalie was the boss' intended paramour. But it was mostly a well knit story, well photographed and produced, worthy of a four star rating.
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet and touching film Aug. 10 2016
By msheffler - Published on
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I enjoyed this film about a young woman (Nathalie) in France (mainly set in the city) who is faced with two choices: continuing to miss the past or opening herself up to the possibilities of the future. It was very sweet and oddly believable, despite some of the smaller details or what it may appear at first glance. As one reviewer said, the film is meant to be watched without knowing much of the plot, so I would rather not give too much away. It's a journey in its own right, just as our main character is experiencing her life, which makes the viewer wonder if it will be predictable or something different. English subtitles.
5.0 out of 5 stars I absolutely loved this film July 30 2016
By Frangelica - Published on
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J'adore French cinema! I absolutely loved this film! Audrey Tautou can do no wrong! She is delightful and so was Francois Damiens! I did not find him unattractive. I found him to be charming in his own way. This movie is about true love and loss but the message is love will always come full circle again. The scenery was breathtaking and I also really loved the original music by Emilie Simon; I will have to look her up as well. Delightful music and very funny as well as heartwarming! <3
4.0 out of 5 stars " I haven't seen very many French films but I'm glad I chose this one Oct. 5 2016
By AlwaysSmile - Published on
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Audrey Tautou has that special "something." I haven't seen very many French films but I'm glad I chose this one. I was a little confused about the (unusual) pairing of the two love interests but I guess that was the point of the storyline and it seemed to come together in the end.