Regular Lovers Synopsis
A Parisian revolutionary (Louis Garrel) romances an art student (Clotilde Hesme) in 1968.
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Salon.com

By Andrew O'Hehir
A magical and supernally beautiful meditative drug-trip head-space picture (a full-fledged ZZM, q.v. above) for which all Euro-film...
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90

The New York Times

By Manohla Dargis
While the film’s desperately sad finale indicates that Philippe Garrel knows the truth of '68 better than most and might have suffered a...
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75

New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Long, talky and shot in black and white. In other words, it requires a commitment in time and brain power - a commitment worth making.
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75

Premiere

By Aaron Hillis
Through a haze of opium smoke and Molotov cocktails igniting, Regular Lovers plays out like the heavier politicized and unsentimentalized...
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75

The A.V. Club

By Noel Murray
Regular Lovers isn't a folly-of-youth story that aches with emotion, like "Au Revoir," "Les Enfants" or "The Squid And The Whale." It's...
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60

Village Voice

By J. Hoberman
Austere, underlit, uncompromisingly lackadaisical at three hours, and anachronistic in a half dozen ways.
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60

Variety

Regular Lovers evokes the '60s pretty well just through dialogue and rhythm -- better, in fact, than Bernardo Bertolucci's more reverently...
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