Universal acclaim based on 19 Critics
The buddies in Faces Places are perfectly matched, notwithstanding an age difference of 55 years, so the things that happen during their wanderings around rural France aren’t funny in a conventional sense. They are lovely, surprising and deeply moving.
Invested with a real sense of joy, Faces Places is also something of a lament for a fast disappearing France.
The two creators hit it off famously and collaborate with great ease on a journey driven by mutual curiosity and creative application.