It's nice not to see each day, or moment, as an emergency, and not to feel as if tomorrow there won't be another chance or possibility in a relationship.In the movie, of course, the line is something very romantic and sad. In English, a delicacy is usually a rare and special treat. How should we interpret the title of David and Stéphane Foenkinos’ romantic dramedy?Alas, nothing so praiseworthy applies to this gently sweet but unmemorable bonbon.“Amélie’s” Audrey Tautou is Nathalie, a contented Parisian whose life upends when her perfect husband dies.But I still wouldn't call Mood Indigo a romantic comedy.It's difficult because no movie, I would say, taught me anything about love.
Audrey Tautou, (born August 9, 1976/78, Beaumont, Auvergne, France), French actress known for her gamine beauty and elfin charm.It also earned Tautou a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) nomination for best actress.In 2002 she appeared in the ensemble comedy ), director Claude Miller’s adaptation of the François Mauriac novel (1927) of the same name.Once she finally begins dating again, she surprises everyone by choosing Markus (François Damiens), a dull coworker.The filmmakers are so smitten by Tautou’s beauty that she’s rarely required to do more than look lovely.He brings something very unconventional to the aesthetic of the movie and so different from everything else in cinema.You may like it, or you may not, but you will be surprised—that's for sure.I'm not talking about love stories, like The Graduate, because it's a beautiful love story. We have this very pure, simple, and entire romance between Chloé and Colin.I mean the movies with the twist; like, the two main characters don't like each other at the start, but you know by the end, they will be in love. Their feelings are very clear and there is no psychological complexity about that.Tautou began her acting career with several television movies in the late 1990s and won a talent-search contest sponsored by a French media company in 1999.Later that year she appeared in her first major film role, portraying a naive salon worker in Jean-Pierre Jeunet, was an international hit, became the top-grossing French-language movie of all time in the United States, and scored an Oscar nomination for best foreign-language film.