Amelie is a romantic comedy film. It's definitely shines out among the other film in it's genre. The style, the directing, cinematography, all of it was so unique and well written. Amelie is not like the other girls. She was bursting with imagination in her life. Amelie, an innoncent and naive girl in Paris, with her own sense of justice, decides to help those around her and along the way, discover love.When she grows up, she becomes a waitress in a bar. Amelie enjoys simple pleasures until she discovers that her goal in life is to help others.
I have positive feedback about this film. I like it because it is a comedy with touches of fantasy and romance, the film is bold uses of colors, art direction and have an incredible music.What is most interesting about Amelie's character is how she goes about helping the people around her. Instead of directly approaching them, Amelie prefers to hide both her identity and intentions. She does this by creating elaborate strategy that achieve the end result without anyone being aware of what she has done.
The character of Amelie shares much of the happy go lucky. Amelie avoids direct contact and emotional involvement with the people she helps, thereby minimizing the potential for impact of failure. Another aspect that I like about 'Amelie' is the distinct virtual style of Jean- Pierre Juenet. Juenet bring the same style to 'Amelie, spicing things up with odd inserts (particularly for the 'likes' and 'dislikes' of the characters) and through the use of magic realism to bring Amelie's overactive imagination to life.
I also have negative feedback about this film. Seriously, I'm not understand this story at the beginning. Amelie is a weird film for me. I feel bored at the beginning of this film. The storyteller take a lot of time to tell the story line. It is so boring. In addition, I'm not comfortable watch the 'romantic' scene without they censore it.
For conclusion, 'Amelie' film is immensely-satisfying and it is a modern-day fairy tale. Amelie is unforgettable film for me. This film has a vision of the world and it articulates it wonderfully.