Zazie dans le Métro (1960) 720p YIFY Movie

Zazie dans le Métro (1960)

This merry farce depicts a satirical view of the French society: Ten-year-old Zazie has to stay two days with her relatives in Paris, so that her mother can spend some time with her lover. However Zazie escapes her uncle's custody and sets out to explore Paris on her own. —Tom Zoerner

IMDB: 71 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Fantasy
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 851.77M
  • Resolution: 956*720 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: fre 2.0  
  • Run Time: 93
  • IMDB Rating: 7/10 
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  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 6

The Synopsis for Zazie dans le Métro (1960) 720p

This merry farce depicts a satirical view of the French society: Ten-year-old Zazie has to stay two days with her relatives in Paris, so that her mother can spend some time with her lover. However Zazie escapes her uncle's custody and sets out to explore Paris on her own. —Tom Zoerner


The Director and Players for Zazie dans le Métro (1960) 720p

[Director]Louis Malle
[Role:]Catherine Demongeot
[Role:]Hubert Deschamps
[Role:]Philippe Noiret


The Reviews for Zazie dans le Métro (1960) 720p


pure genius--if you consider Jerry Lewis' style combined with a child constantly cursing to be geniusReviewed byMartinHaferVote: 2/10

This is one of the few movies on IMDb that I just couldn't finish watching--it was THAT bad. And, this is another example of a movie with reasonably decent IMDb reviews that seems way out of proportion. Even if it's not as bad as I think, it's hard to imagine it being a great film, that's for sure. But, once again I might just be an old crank. Read along and you be the judge.

This movie was directed by Louis Malle--a very well-respected director, to say the least. However, this film just doesn't show the talents that would be so evident in films like AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS. This film just looks lousy by modern standards of film making--not especially professional or polished. This is because so much in the film is telegraphed and painfully slapstick. And, at times, the camera and music speed up to let us know "it's time to laugh"--like what you might expect in a high school pageant when someone is doing a lame Charlie Chaplin impersonation. Then, when you combine this very broad humor(?) with a foul-mouthed little brat, you have the ingredients of a thoroughly unappealing,...nay, annoying film. Stupid and unfunny slapstick and an annoying brat--it's like watching a 90 minute migraine! This movie, like the French love of Jerry Lewis, is something I just don't get.

Broad comedy inhabited by a foul-mouthed girl during a subway strike...Reviewed byDoylenfVote: 5/10

Not being familiar with the French Wave comedies, such as this one, a wild comedy directed by Louis Malle, I didn't know what to expect of ZAZIE DANS LE METRO. PHILIPPE NOIRET is the unfortunate uncle in charge of taking care of a girl while her mother has other plans.

The Gallic humor is not only zany, it's also a bit on the puerile side. A little boy with a sign on him that says "Secondhand" is on display at a flea market. Little "Zazie" with the bawdy sense of humor and an adult's use of cuss words is funny at first but becomes tiresome by the time the story winds on and on about her wanting to escape from her "funny" uncle. The sight gags involving the girl running through a marketplace are enough to conjure up images of the French laughing at Jerry Lewis...for no good reason.

Malle throws in every possible prop for laughs, including fast-motion photography but the total effect is wearying.

Paris is a lovely city but it sure has its share of run-down interiors judging from the hotel settings and the residence of PHILLIPE NOIRET as the exasperated uncle. Interesting to note that Paris traffic was a huge headache even back in 1960. All of it is photographed in color with a style that's a cross between Charlie Chaplin's Keystone Cops comedies and the art of Jerry Lewis.

The uncle, it turns out, dances in drag in a nightclub but to bring in any more plot at this point is as senseless as the film, which tries hard to be charming in a Gallic way--but never quite makes it.

This one is strictly a matter of the viewer's taste. Some will love it, others won't even get through the first half-hour.

"I've had it with that brat!" cries a cabbie after spending time with Zazie. Me too.

Louis Malle goes nutsReviewed byMarioBVote: 9/10

In the early sixties, New Wave French Cinema were very serious about themselves, with Godard and Truffaut. But Louis Malle, who was from the same generation, don't take anything seriously in this unforgettable movie. I really love the viewer analogy with the Roadrunner! Everythings goes nuts in this movie: Sounds, situations, logic, actors. It reminds us of the Mack Sennett movies. It's also got a lot of charm for the very funny and smiling face of little Demongeot playing Zazie. And how about young Philippe Noiret? He will become one of the greatest French actor of all time. Like the Jacques Tati's movies of the same era, this comedy can't grow older. Seeing today is seeing it with the same joy as in 1960. A must!

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