The Dreamers


Action / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 60% · 163 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78% · 25K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.1/10 10 132240 132.2K

Plot summary

When Isabelle and Theo invite Matthew to stay with them, what begins as a casual friendship ripens into a sensual voyage of discovery and desire in which nothing is off limits and everything is possible.

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May 19, 2024 at 12:52 AM

Top cast

Eva Green as Isabelle
Michael Pitt as Matthew
Charles Chaplin as A Tramp
Anna Chancellor as Mother
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Bored_Dragon 10 / 10

How I fell in love with Eva Green

Bernardo Bertolucci has always been one of my favorite directors, but with this film, he bought me for all time. "The Dreamers" is a film that I saw many times and I've never found the strength nor found the right words to describe and analyze it. This is an example of movie magic, and magic cannot be explained. Or maybe I do not want to try, fearing that by analyzing I could spoil my love for this movie. A strong story, perfect atmosphere, great music and a very good feeling for details. "The Dreamers" is full of references to many famous movies and, as my movie experience grows with years, every time I watch it the experience is getting stronger. Eva Green is fantastic and it's hard to believe that this is her first movie role. I'd be lying if I said that her nudity and sex scenes had no influence, but mostly I was fascinated by her overall appearance and a powerful presence on the screen, and this fascination holds me for fifteen years. The first cadre of the scene where she mimics Venus de Milo is one of the most beautiful erotic photographs I have ever seen.


Reviewed by =G= 7 / 10

A Bertolucci pet project

"The Dreamers" is all about three young adult upscale hippy types who languish in a flat in Paris in the late 60's and talk about cinema, politics, sex, and other stuff while sharing some first experiences. Two are brother (Garrel) and sister (Green) identical twins (or so we're told) who have an almost metaphysical bond and the third is an interloper (Pitt) who falls in lust with the sister. There's little plot to this slice of young adult life flick which seems to be more of a Bertolucci pet project than a commercial product for the masses. Less than engaging and much less than compelling, "The Dreamers" immerses itself in the esoterics of the place and time to the exclusion of anyone who wasn't there then. Beautifully filmed and masterfully crafted with some young actors doing superb work under difficult circumstances with plenty of graphic nudity and sex, "The Dreamers" will play best with aficionados of French cinema, Bertolucci fans, etc. Those who are squeamish about sex/nudity should pass. All others, be prepared for a marginally interesting watch. (B)

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

magnetic debut for Eva Green

It's 1968. Matthew (Michael Pitt) is an American student in Paris to study French. He ends up spending his free time watching French cinema. He meets twins Théo (Louis Garrel) and Isabelle (Eva Green) at the Cinémathèque Française protesting the firing of Henri Langlois by the government. Matthew stays with them while their parents are away. They spend all their time together and then the student riots begin.

This was the first thing I saw from Eva Green and she is completely magnetic. She owns the screen. She even exceeded the veteran at the time Michael Pitt. It's a big debut. The mixing with the old film clips would have been great except I recognize only a few of them. This meanders too much for me. It's lazy hazy summer of love.

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