At the Club

Film Review by Dean Duncan Jun 1, 2015

This is pretty ineptly enacted. As Méliès has amply demonstrated (time to stop making that unfair comparison), lots of French people knew how to act at the turn of the century. Those people must not have been available to Mlle. Guy, or maybe she hadn’t yet figured out what to do with them. The camera, however, is perfectly placed, and not necessarily in the most obvious perfect place either.