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See more » When Guy and Elena meet on the train, a recorded announcement says "Entering Charles/MGH, Mass.General Hospital," but they are on a Green Line train, which doesn't go to Charles station.They do make surprising choices in the company they keep, particularly the women, and the windows of possibility that are a fact of youth appear only partially opened for them. If he’s interested, Chazelle could go further into sex and eroticism than he tries to here.The camera does glide down that trumpet as it rests in Guy’s lap, pretty much wringing dry its phallic worth.He might turn into Denzel Washington in “Mo’ Better Blues.’’ For now, he’s Sidney Poitier in “Paris Blues.’’ What’s most exciting about “Guy and Madeline’’ is that Chazelle bothered to make it at all.Other artists his age (he’s 25) and a little older make stage musicals and wind up with “Bat Boy,’’ “Urinetown,’’ “Avenue Q,’’ and “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.’’ He made a movie musical, instead.
Her best friend Emma doesn’t believe in Mr Right – she’s just looking for a man who will stick around longer than her dad did.
He brings art and subtlety back to a genre that has recent been diluted by big Oscar grabs (Chicago, Dreamgirls, Cadillac Records) and will be sure to make an impression at Tribeca.
This film would be a perfect ten, were it not for Bernard Chazelle's somewhat tepid makeout scene. When else will you find yourself with a beautiful and eager girl half your age ... Other than this one shortcoming, which will be sure to draw a few tsk-tsks from the monocled section at Tribeca, the film is FLAWLESS.
After connecting with the shy Madeline, a jazz trumpeter embarks on a quest for a more gregarious paramour, but through a series of twists and turns punctuated by an original score, the two lovers seem destined to be together.
Shortly after completing the film, a friend suggested to writer/director Damien Chazelle to watch Barry Jenkins's film Medicine for Melancholy (2008) given it was another black and white contemporary film gaining momentum among the indie circuit.Those other movies were made by artists we know well.