- Actores: Isabelle Carré, Benoît Poelvoorde, Lorella Cravotta, Lise Lamétrie, Swann Arlaud
- Formato: Pantalla ancha, Importación
- Audio: Alemán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.77:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación FSK: Para todos los públicos. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- Estudio: EuroVideo
- Duración: 75 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B005F7O07C
Die Anonymen Romantiker [Alemania] [DVD]
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Zartbitter, samtigsüß, raffiniert aromatisch - in der Herstellung verführerischer Schokoladenkreationen ist Angélique äußerst erfinderisch. Doch sie fällt in Ohnmacht, wenn sie jemanden ansprechen muss. Jean-René führt eine Schokoladenmanufaktur, aber im Umgang mit Menschen gerät er in Panik. Während Angélique ihrer übergroßen Empfindsamkeit in einer Selbsthilfegruppe zu Leibe rückt, versucht Jean-René seine Hemmungen mittels Einzeltherapie zu überwinden. Als Angélique in Jean-Renés Manufaktur aufgrund einer Verwechslung die neue Stelle als Vertriebskraft antritt, sind die Hürden, die sie überwinden muss, enorm. Doch verglichen mit Jean-Renés Angst vor den eigenen Gefühlen, ist ihre Lage fast ein Kinderspiel. Denn die unerwartete Zuneigung zu seiner neuen Mitarbeiterin ist eine außerordentliche Herausforderung, der Jean-René mit unorthodoxen Mitteln begegnet.
"Für die maximale Serotoninausschüttung." (SPIEGEL ONLINE)
"Sensibel, süß und skurril - wie CHOCOLAT und AMÉLIE." (HÖRZU)
"Sehr herzerwärmend!" (STERN)
"Französisches Schokoladen-Kino in Bestform." (FOCUS)
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The lead characters are very likable. As are the supporting characters. It is beautifully made and it keeps a very 'light and bright' atmosphere throughout. The storyline is entertaining and different. Not your average 'meet and fall in love' movie.
We found ourselves laughing several times throughout the movie.
Since it is rated NR for now, I will let you know there is no nudity. There is one semi-sex scene in the movie when the lead character walks into her apartment and two visitors are using her apartment. No nudity, but a few seconds of sexual noise and action. Not enough that I didn't let my teen watch it. I say all that just in case there are parents who are wondering about the NR rating and allowing their children to see it.
I was sad when the movie ended because it was such a happy carefree movie to watch. Very enjoyable!
The characters could have been made more complex, which I would have liked. The idea of two people with extreme shyness provides a lot of opportunity to show the characters growing and for the film to say something thoughtful about shyness or opening oneself up to people - the way much better films like "Amelie" and "Four Weddings and a Funeral" did. This movie didn't really try to say anything. Instead the characters end up together because of some happy accidents (and despite some unhappy accidents) and they don't really grow up that much.
Also, a couple interwoven subplots of the movie (the issue of whether the company goes bankrupt or succeeds, and the issue of whether the Angelique can continue to make the chocolates now that people know who she is) are not really tied up very tight. We're left to assume that everything will turn out all right. This movie is short (about 72 minutes) so I infer that some of these plot resolutions were left on the cutting room floor for some reason or other. Maybe they didn't work out in shooting. But the film feels incomplete without them.
Meanwhile, there is at least one scene in the movie that served no purpose whatsoever: the scene with Angelique's mother. It doesn't move the plot forward at all and it tells us nothing new about Angelique - and we never see the mother in the film again. So why is it in there?
Still, I liked this movie and rooted for the couple. This is a credit to the actors, who pull off the professionally-competent-but-socially-incompetent thing beautifully. Benoit Poelvoorde is really funny, and Isabelle Carre is both funny and heart-meltingly cute. The scenes where she gets worked up talking about chocolate (and forgets all her insecurities) were the best scenes in the movie. I wish the whole movie had been as strong as those scenes.
Some good moments and performances in this movie make it worth a rental. But it's probably not worth a purchase.
Our two leads are both so shy he is in therapy and she attends sessions much like AA or NA, but hers is called "Romantics Anonymous."
* Benoît Poelvoorde ("My Worst Nightmare") is Jean-René van Den Hugde (the "g" is silent), a pathologically shy owner of a chocolate factory. His company is going broke, his name is always mispronounced and he sees a psychologist regularly, but he hires her on the spot to be his company's new outside sales rep.
* Isabelle Carré (''He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not") is Angélique Delange, a brilliant and original candy maker who is "The Hermit," an anonymous maker of boutique chocolates. She hides behind anonymity because meeting people face-to-face makes her faint; the elderly distributor of her chocolates has died so she needs a new job. She is NOT a good choice for an outside sales rep.
* Lorella Cravotta ("Amélie") is Magda, a long-time employee in the chocolate factory who is sad to see her nice employer's business going under.
* Lise Lamétrie("What War May Bring") is Suzanne, another canny employee who can see that the newly hired outside sales rep looks very, very tasty to her boss.
* Stéphan Wojtowicz ("The Hedgehog") is a psychologist who assigns our hero exercises designed to help him learn how to interact more easily with others.
Between our two leads shuffling and stammering their way into mutual attraction, the therapist's haywire recommendations, and the group therapy sessions, it's a wonder anyone keeps his or her sanity; but we enjoy every step along the way.
I got my DVD from Amazon.com.