SteveSalles's Review of Mood Indigo

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The way the story is told by Gondry (who also plays Chloe's quackish doctor), there's a universality to unhappiness. Vian's text, snippets of which appears on screen in typewritten form, is shown being entered by an army of stenographers tapping away at vintage typewriters that have been attached to moving conveyer belts. The fatalistic moral of "Mood Indigo," it is suggested, is one we are all writing in some form: Everything, including love, withers and dies... See Full Review
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Okfor ages12+