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Romantic comedies are films with light-hearted, humorous plotlines, centered on romantic ideals such as that true love is able to surmount most obstacles.
Humour in such films tends to be of a verbal, low-key variety or situational, as opposed to slapstick. Romantic action is a film that blend romance and action.
Examples include Killers , Knight and Day , Mr. Romantic thriller is a genre of film which has a storyline combining elements of the romance film and the thriller genre.
This common characteristic is based on a variation of the Bluebeard folktale of a wealthy man who forbids his new wife from entering his castle's underground chamber, to which she finds the corpses of his many former wives.
Romantic fantasies describe fantasy stories using many of the elements and conventions of the romance genre. Paranormal romance is a popular genre of film which features romantic relationships between humans and supernatural creatures.
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Wilder said it was "the picture [of mine] that has the fewest faults. Wong Kar-wai takes his time shooting a film, setting out without a conventional script and waiting to see where the mood takes him; his actors rarely have possession of the bigger picture.
As it turned out, this is a sizzling romance about two cuckolded next-door neighbours Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung who fall in love with one another.
As rendered by Wong's regular cinematographer, Christopher Doyle and his replacement, Mark Lee Ping-bin, who took over when the shooting schedule overran , the lush colours on screen are mellowed with nostalgia and ripened by sensuality.
As much as this is the story of love blossoming out of rejection, it is also a testament to its director's ongoing infatuation with cinema.
What he can do with a passage of music, a close-up or an adjustment in film speed makes most other directors look unfit to shoot a nativity play.
Doyle observes the tentative encounters from behind lamps and cabinets, or from under a bed.
If you didn't already know this cinematographer's work, you might assume Wong had hired a private detective for the job, so skilful are the furtive compositions.
It is an unorthodox romance, widely regarded as the director's finest work. And it is as impeccably turned out as you would expect from a Wong film.
Audiences might well emerge craving props and costumes featured in the movie — the silk and gossamer dresses worn with perfect Audrey Hepburn poise by the regal Cheung, or the brilliantine that gives Leung his authentic Clark Gable sheen, or the snazzy noodle-flasks with which these almost-lovers collect their supper from a basement cafe.
Unlike its semi-sequel, , there is more here than just style. A heartbreaking final scene more than substantiates the idea that it is a Brief Encounter for the 21st century.
Maybe the Hollywood dream never had a purer, crazier manifestation. But here we are, 15 years later: Bogart is dead and, worse, his Hollywood has entered its funeral years.
And then arrives Jean-Luc Godard , half in love with that old mythology, half contemptuous of it. So Jean-Paul Belmondo, a magnificent jerk, will model himself on Bogey and take off.
Breathless was Godard's first feature, and his first demonstration of how to turn the raiment of the Hollywood dream inside out.
In addition to putting Godard's love-hate relationship with Hollywood up on the wall like graffiti, it was a signal that movies could be made nearly as quickly and cheaply as we might write emails.
So it's important to remember that while Breathless still feels desperately modern, it was made before the machinery of our modern culture.
She's Patricia, an American who sells the New York Herald Tribune on the streets, and Belmondo is Michel, an existentialist idiot on the run after he shoots a cop.
His days are numbered and the film moves like a Charlie Parker solo — so hectic you wonder if the alto sax will live out the next 16 bars.
There's no way it should work, being made up as they went along, but Godard knew it was time to treat the audience like dirt and his characters like shit.
This casual malice turned into a monument nonetheless. An American man and a French woman in their early 20s meet on a train heading through Europe.
They alight in Vienna, amble around for 14 hours and shoot the breeze. As the soon-to-be lovers chat, show off, lark around and kiss, with director Linklater's camera a tender and unobtrusive companion, a sense of yearning bubbles up in the movie: we sense time slipping away, and the dawn approaching.
When the morning arrives, and the time comes to part, Celine and Jesse promise to meet again in Vienna in six months' time; in that pre-Facebook era, the arrangement had a heartbreaking fragility.
For the sequel, Before Sunset, we find Jesse, now a writer enjoying success with a novel about a one-night stand, bumping into Celine in Paris.
The couple steal away on a stroll around the city, but things have changed. No longer hopeful young things with life spread out before them, Jesse and Celine must now confess to disappointments and resentments.
Even the span of their conversation is cramped; they only have or-so minutes played out in the film in real time before Jesse must return to his wife and child in the US.
Out of this melancholy scenario comes an honest but affectionate portrait of an amorphous romance — not to mention one of the most tantalising and ingenious endings in all cinema.
And then, just shy of a decade later, came the third, Before Midnight. To those looking for a happy ending: in the interim, they became a proper couple, living in Paris, but together on a writer's retreat in Greece.
Their cares and preoccupations are those of the early middle-aged — children, exes, disappointment — but miraculously, marvellously, they never become careworn.
The unspoken tremor in most wartime movie romances is that the picture needs to address the feelings of couples separated by war.
It's not just whether they will both survive, but whether love and desire can overcome the temptations that come with separate lives.
There's another element at work vital to romance and the age of censorship in the movies which is that desire may mean the most when it cannot be consummated: the wish for intimacy is so intense because the act is forbidden or impossible.
In Casablanca, we assume that Rick Humphrey Bogart and Ilsa Ingrid Bergman had a good deal of sex in Paris, but in their awkward reunion in north Africa, sex is not renewed.
Rather, the triangle of Rick-Ilsa-Victor Paul Henreid must contemplate the ultimate selection of just two of them to go forward. And we know now what Rick's decision is, even if in our enlightened time we may ask whether Ilsa shouldn't have been doing some of the deciding.
But the romantic or erotic energy is sublimated in the most impeccable cause of all — the war effort. Rick forsakes Ilsa as part of his new commitment to the fight against fascism.
Casablanca stands for movie romance in great part because it is hardly true to life. It won the best picture Oscar and seemed to be history coming to life — it opened just after the allies had occupied the real Casablanca.
In fact, divorce and infidelity rates increased rapidly during the war. But Casablanca reassured us all; it promised that honour was intact.
How many other countries would pick Brief Encounter as the best movie romance of all time? But for a generation that remembers when the trains ran on time and station buffets were as tidy and inviting as the one in this movie, Brief Encounter is etched in nostalgia for an era when trapped middle-class lives contemplated adultery but set the disturbing thought aside.
We are accustomed to attributing films to directors, but it's only proper to regard Coward as an equal author of this movie.
He wrote the script, taking it from his own one-act play, Still Life. He made the leads "nice" people Laura and Alec, a housewife and a doctor and the supporting characters clear-cut English types — Stanley Holloway as the naughty, good-hearted station master and Joyce Carey as the bossy, buffet manageress, as well as Cyril Raymond who is quite exquisite as Laura's husband, Fred, a decent dullard who senses that his wife has "been away" but cannot dream of what she has been up to or how close they have all come to disaster.
It is Coward's preference, too, that family and stability are so respected in this film. Never married, and discreetly gay, Coward knew enough not to offend middle-class propriety.
David Lean, on the other hand, was raised a strict Quaker and was always in rebellion against restraint — so he was married six times and, on his own, he might have pushed Laura and Alec a degree or two further than made Coward comfortable.
If that sounds odd, you have to remember the extent to which Lean was Coward's protege. So the relationship that begins at the Milford railway station it's two metaphorical stops down the line from Borchester — The Archers began five years after Brief Encounter with a piece of grit in Laura's eye and Alec's unquestionably clean handkerchief will lead to afternoons together, lunch and a visit to the cinema their silly movie is called Flames of Passion , a country drive, and an awkward trip to a friend's flat the supercilious Valentine Dyall.
Nothing happens, and Alec will soon take his family to a new job in South Africa — in that was still a destination of some hope.
But at the end of the second world war, when cinemas were packed, desire on the screen was fabulously and sometimes hysterically inflamed by self-denial, shyness and censorship.
It's an open question, of course, but consider the possibility that movie romance, and its dream of desire, were stimulated by the various controls that blocked abandon.
Those devices include our innocence. In , there wasn't a hint of irony or parody in the film's pounding Rachmaninov score the second piano concerto, played to the hilt by Eileen Joyce.
Today, the set-up begs for satire. But Brief Encounter has survived such threats, because it is so well made, because Laura's voiceover narration is truly anguished and dreamy, because the music suckers all of us, and because Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard are perfect.
I realise, "perfect" seems dangerously prim and old-hat, an ultimate proof of hopeless gentility. But that's not fair.
Howard could be a wild man — as we know from his later work — and you feel recklessness and revolution as a wind tugging at him.
As for Celia Johnson, it is due largely to her that the film is still so moving. Her agony and her rapture stay interior, and they flip-flop like nerves in this beautiful, grave black-and-white movie.
Her voice is measured but the eyes are desperate. That she holds the film together is beyond doubt. Peter Bradshaw on romantic movies Romantic longing has provided the cinema with some of its most glorious and idealistic movies: Casablanca and Brief Encounter are films with an unabashed, unironic passionate flame at their centre.
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