Video Essay for 924 (65). Un coeur en hiver / A Heart in Winter (1991, Claude Sautet) with Mike D’Angelo

Mike D’Angelo is a film critic for Esquire, writer for Las Vegas Weekly, and proprietor of The Man Who Viewed Too Much.

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  • lee h

    aw, d’A, I always figured you for that high, nasally, flawed New Yawk accent to compensate for all your other obvious gifts. WHERE is the justice?

    Anyhow, loved hearing your read on one of my favorite films especially re: the vanishing narration — it really does tip Sautet’s hand and I’m now reconsidering all sorts of things.

    I often feel that Stephane does begin to ‘find an inner life’ at the movie’s midpoint, and at the end our question is, has he wholly retreated again or not?

    different take: http://glengarry.livejournal.com/31586.html#cutid1

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  • http://www.facebook.com/narinder.soorma Narinder Singh

    I often feel that Stephane does begin to ‘find an inner life’ at the movie’s midpoint, and at the end our question

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