75

RogerEbert.com

All the artistry and absurdity, glamour and the grit of the fashion industry are on display in the documentary Mademoiselle C.
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75

Slant Magazine

By Diego Costa
It's to Carine Roitfeld's own credit and director Fabien Constant's funky and frenetic pacing that the doc feels neither like a corporate hagiography nor like mere fashionista masturbation material.
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60

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
As vanity projects go, this one’s unusually well-made — as any portrait of an iconic stylist ought to be.
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60

Time Out London

By Cath Clarke
You’ll be left scratching your head wondering what a naked girl draped in a purple net curtain in a cemetery has got to do with frocks. Not many revelations here.
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60

Total Film

Mme C. is Carine Roitfeld, ex-editor of Vogue Paris and former stylist. She’s a maternal presence – her own son calls her a MILF. Which makes for fantastic access, if minimal drama.
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60

The New York Times

By Miriam Bale
The filmmaking has some of the wit and irreverence of its subject, but goes on meandering tangents rather than having a cohesive vision or tone.
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60

Empire

By Olly Richards
High in gloss if not necessary insight, this is manna for fashion fans but a marginally slighter piece of work than The September Issue.
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50

New York Post

By Sara Stewart
As a distinctly not-insider, though, I would have benefited more from a broader portrait of the woman herself, and how she became such a legend.
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Mademoiselle C should please fashion devotees while leaving everyone else scratching their heads.
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

There are just so many ways Carine Roitfeld can say she loves fashion in Mademoiselle C, a somewhat interesting documentary that brings us into the inner workings of a magazine, but harps a bit too much on her ideas of fashion and style.
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51 out of 100
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