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Amélie, aka Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain

An excellent film directed/written by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Guillaume Laurant who were also involved in TheCityOfLostChildren and Delicatessen.

Amélie, who has lived most of her life in isolation comes across a box of bits and pieces hidden by a boy who lived in her house many years ago. She sets out to re-unite him with his lost treasures, and is inspired to begin a intricate series of intervations in the lives of people around her. Her aims? Happiness, justice, love.

Well worth seeing - I'd definitely see it again.


-- AndyPryke - 25 Nov 2001

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