The most romantic films: about love and not only
Romance is in the air, it is scattered with molecules that need to be put together and weave something inspiring from them. For example, a film about love or friendship, about relationships between people, about unexpected twists of fate that somehow lead to a happy end. Such films are light, funny, funny, they want to be reviewed again and again, because they give hope for a better and just good mood. “Cinema of Europe” offers you a list of 12 of the most romantic European films.
Le Fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain
France, Germany, 2001
Director: Jean-Pierre Genet
Cast: Audrey Tautou, Mathieu Kassovitz, Rufus, Lorella Kravotta, Serge Merlin, Jamel Debbouz, Clotilde Mollet, Claire Morier, Isabelle Nanti, Dominic Pinon and others.
Who does not know about Amelie, a girl from Montmartre with huge surprised eyes, glorifying Audrey Tautou? The film of Jean Pierre Genet became an international sensation, Audrey Tautou got a ticket to a great cinematic life, and the music of Jan Thiersen firmly merged with Paris, becoming perhaps the best soundtrack of this city.
Director: Fatih Akin
Cast: Moritz Bleibtroy, Christiana Paul, Mehmet Kurtulus, Idil Uner, Jochen Nickel, Branka Katic, Birol Unel, Sandra Borgmann and others.
If you are very inattentive, you can easily overlook your fate, which is located under the very nose. This is what happened to Daniel, a timid physics teacher. Fortunately, prudent Julia, charmed by him, took matters into his own hands.
The waiting room
Great Britain, 2007
Director: Roger Goldby
Cast: Anne-Mary Duff, Frank Finlay, Rupert Graves, Adrian Bauer, Daisy Donovan, Ralph Little, Phyllida Law, etc.
Anna and Stephen meet in a waiting room, in which a gray-haired man waits for his wife and tells his story. This chance meeting turns their lives around – now they are both trying to imagine what will happen if they meet again.
Fall in love with me, if you dare
France, Belgium, 2003
Director: Jan Samuel
Cast: Guillaume Canet, Marion Cotillard, Thibaut Verhack, Josephine Leba-Jolie, Emmanuel Grönwold, Gerard Watkins, Gilles Lellouche, Julia Faure and others.
To take each other “weakly” was the fix idea for Julien and Sophie, two pranksters who could not sit still from childhood and came up with the most incredible tasks for each other. They were just friends who could not cross the line beyond which the games ended and the real conscious life of two loving hearts began.
Great Britain, France, USA
Director: Richard Curtis
Cast: Hugh Grant, Bill Nyei, Liam Neeson, Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, Alan Rickman, Martina McCachon, Keira Knightley, Chris Marshall, Laura Linney, etc.
Love is everywhere – just look. Bizarre, desirable, impossible, it changes people’s lives, bringing them together and raising them. “Real Love” has long become a classic and one of my favorite films to watch on New Year’s holidays.
Director: Ralph Huttner
Cast: Grushenka Stevens, Tim Bergman, Jasmine Tabatabay, Bettina Zimmermann, Rudiger Clink, Karina Fallenstein, Peter Wolf, Heinrich Eyerund and others.
Bark is a girl with troubles that are familiar to almost every woman. Call first or wait for the call from the one with whom you spent the best night of your life? Thinking for 72 hours. Time is running out!
Les emotifs anonymes
France, Belgium, 2010
Director: Jean-Pierre Amery
Cast: Benoit Pulvard, Isabelle Carré, Lorella Kravotta, Swann Arlo, Lisa Lametri, Pierre Nini, Stefan Voitovich, Jacques Boude, Alice Paul and others.
Could there be anything more romantic than a French film whose main character is chocolate?
Jean-René is the director of the chocolate factory; Angelica is his new employee. They are both crazy about chocolate, and they are both painfully shy. The latter does not allow them to admit that they are also crazy about each other. But only until a certain point, because chocolate is able to open the most closed hearts.
Diary of bridget jones
Bridget jones’s diary
Great Britain, France, Ireland, USA, 2001
Director: Sharon McGuire
Cast: Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent, Sally Philips, Shirley Henderson, James Callis, Ambet Davidz and others.
Girls over thirty tend to be suspicious. Especially with such a set of bad habits, including addiction to food, smoking and to the chef. All this must be fought thoroughly, recording in a diary all the victories and defeats.
The heroine Renee Zellweger has become a favorite for millions of girls around the world. Her attitude to life is inspired by the same fat and thin women who look like her, who are forced to put up with the fate of old maids, walking through life laughing and never losing heart.