Here are review links for this film submitted by our members:
- Josh Brunsting @ The CriterionCast
- Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @ Spirituality and Practice
- Excerpt: An emotionally intelligent French film about a woman dealing with the losses of wartime.
- Marilyn Ferdinand @ Ferdy on Films
- Excerpt: World War II has given the world many great books, yielding some of the best films of all time, including The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), A Generation (1955), and Army of Shadows (1969). Now, we have another: Memoir of War, based on the classic fact-based novella La douleur (1987) by French author Marguerite Duras.
- MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
- Excerpt: Marguerite Duras’s semifictionalized memoir of psychological survival and emotional endurance in Paris during the Nazi occupation makes an uneasy, listless transition to the screen.
- Bev Questad @ It’s Just Movies
- Excerpt: Marguerite Duras’s life and success as a writer and intellectual is sharply illuminated in her self-revelation as a woman conflicted by love, trauma, loyalty, and courage.