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This is one of the most beautiful films I've seen... This whole film is a hug, the kind you share with a very good friend when you are in sympathy about something that is very important.

The Double Life of Véronique (French: La double vie de Véronique, Polish: Podwójne życie Weroniki) is a film by Krzysztof Kieślowski, also the director of Blind Chance and the Three Colors Trilogy. It tells the story of two women called Weronica and Véronique, from Poland and France respectively. So what’s the catch? Both women look exactly the same, share a lot of personality traits and seem to be aware of each other’s existence. However, they never interact with each other, except for a small distant scene. Way Better Than It Sounds.

The movie is filmed beautifully, has an ethereal atmosphere and a beautiful main actress (Irène Jacob), so you really don’t have a reason to not watch it. Unless, of course, you dislike philosophical movies.


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