Kaurismäki stalwart Kati Outinen, as the old man's silent and ailing wife, is the key to the movie, even though she appears only sporadically. Something in her timid, understanding and impassive gaze, which is Kaurismäki's gaze as well, lets us know that she sees things in the old man that we don't see. show more
Le Havre stands on its own fragile but considerable merits. show more
No one looks at the world quite like Kaurismäki, and his deadpan sentimentality is worth discovery. This is a good place to start. show more
October 26, 2011 PETER
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charming, entertaning,superb cinematography,great character development. NOT TO BE MISSED!!!