Anaïs in Love introduces the magnetic character as she is irritated by the movie capturing the genre. Love jokes have started anew as the latest thanks, in part, to the broadcasters ’determination to produce them in abundance regardless of quality.
Fortunately, Anaïs in Love is rising to become the epitome of one of the 2021 best movies, The Worst Man in the World. Full of enthusiasm and work from Anaïs Demoustier who is part of an equal and self-aware force, Anaïs in Love is funny and loving even if its fix is ruined in the end.
Anaïs In Love (2021): Review
Anaïs is mentally ill, fast, always drunk, and always running, but it is because of this that everyone seems to be just trying to catch up with her. Trying to eliminate the thesis from 17th-century definitions of love as late as her last few months of hiring, Anaïs ignores each moment for a moment with a depressed heart.
When she meets Daniel (Denis Podalydès), an older man she is dating, she eventually finds himself drawn to his author’s wife Emilie (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi). Faced with a resurgence of her mother’s illness, Anaïs finds herself deeply in love with Emilie and begins to look for her freely despite the doubts of her ex-boyfriend.
Anaïs overshares, an obvious product of a generation that has found itself stuck in the growth of the online age. At one point, while showing guests around the apartment that she is renting, she describes her romantic life in French even though they do not even mention the name of his native language. This is Anaïs in a nutshell and it is hard for the viewer not to be drawn to her free charm.
It is helpful for Demoustier to play the title character in a kinetic movement, which jumps between the overconfident self-confidence of a person still trying to turn 20 and naïveté as a child defense as a substitute for hidden insecurity.
Although it takes a long time to introduce the audience to Anaïs, the movie really touches the heart when it’s captivated by Emilie. Demoustier and Tedeschi’s chemistry occupies the back of the film as they meet in an author’s symposium led by Emilie. It is not clear why Anaïs is attracted to Emilie, but it does not matter. Their relationship is inspired by the love Anaïs has always been missing from her life. Anaïs’s romantic feelings aren’t the only thing directing the film, though.
Anaïs In Love also finds amazingly funny moments. One scene sees Anaïs go to her brother Balthazaar’s house where he (Xavier Guelfi) by mistake has given his colleague Xanax the lemur by mistake and Anaïs has a fairly positive reaction.
All of this and more is working to expose Anaïs to the audience, but one conversation with Emilie about her love for her writing teacher when she was 14 really allowed viewers to see Anaïs. With a slight nod of the head, it is clear that Anaïs sees himself in this 14-year-old Emilie version and is embarrassed and surprised by this revelation.
These revelations are less serious because Anaïs does not have much growth during the movie. On one occasion, she told Daniel, “I love people who know what they are looking for,” a voice that sounds sarcastic. She obviously does not know what she wants until she meets Emilie, but this is one of the things that makes him attractive as an actor. Demoustier’s performance and the ways Anaïs feels alive in the making of the first part of the movie seem to lack direction and its vague and funny ending in some way.
Anaïs in Love relies on a kind of wholehearted love joke, which allows for a simple warm feeling like the French sun that illuminates many scenes. Although the movie sounds as good as its character, Anaïs in Love does not find time to entertain the audience or the Anaïs, nor does it fulfill the promise of a few remaining titles.
However, it is clear that Anaïs in Love is not afraid to accept corruption — life, love, and uncertainty in a world where the inability to make decisions is driven by the vast majority of options presented. All this little worry in a windy film like this, and, like its character, Anaïs in Love overcomes these obstacles with the power of his will.
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