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Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky

Rated R for some strong sexuality and nudity.

R In Theaters 06/11/2010 , 120min.
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63%
Viewer score based on 33 ratings
56%
Critic score based on 28 reviews

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November 07, 2010
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August 07, 2010
Tk4pose
This film finally made it to Cleveland! It was simply a MASTERPEICE! It was one of the most sexy, sultry and not to mention well dressed films I've seen in a while! I LOVED IT and not just because I'm a HUGE Chanel fan but because it was "Increible"!
August 03, 2010
MartinZook
Astounding. Best movie I've seen in a long, long, long time. The underlying theme is expressed by Stravinsky (Mads Mikkelsen) who describes it as forgetting the self to grab at fragments, putting them together, and when that process opens door pass through it to find the music in the piano. He and Coco (Anna Mouglalis) are engaged in quite the minuet, her opening the door to realms he couldn't
July 25, 2010
NcFrrst
Loved this movie. The movie begins brillantly and one senses that one is watching a masterpiece. But the film doesnt stat at that high level throughout though and ends up as a very very good one. A fine period romance with a terrific Rites of Spring show stopper at the beginning. Excellent photography and acting. Sad ending. This one will appeal to the Euro art house film lovers only.
July 04, 2010
MaierRosen
Very disappointing. Quite dull. One-dimensional characters, one-note portrayals, with the exception of the actress portraying Stravinsky's wife. Poor use of the composer's music.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Dan Kois
Washington Post
Igor may be the most important composer of the 20th century, but he is a mere human. Coco, in this beautiful but indulgent French film, is a work of art. Full Review
Jordan Mintzer
Variety
On a dramatic level, Dutch-born helmer Jan Kounen's hyper-stylized, emotionally vacuous film is like a pair of designer pants that look great but don't fit, or a rare vinyl recording that keeps skipping at the best parts. Full Review
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
There are so many guilty pleasures here that it's amazing the film is as good as it is. The passions feel real, the roles are fully inhabited and the art speaks for itself. Full Review
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
The movie, by Dutch director Jan Kounen, is all surfaces, set pieces, Significant Looks, and voguing -- the same strictures Chanel and Stravinsky sought to bust. Full Review
Michael Ordona
Los Angeles Times
The flesh-and-blood protagonists are powerful, driven people caught in a riptide. Full Review

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