The Decline of the American Empire
Le déclin de l'empire américain

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Michael

I really liked this film when it first came out in 1986. Upon re-watching I think it's aged pretty well. Why? As Roger Ebert said, it's a mistake to think that this is a film about sex. He says it's about talking about sex. He's right. The central theme is actually denial. Denial hasn't ...Read more

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Zoe

An important film in the québécois canon!

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