Seen at the Movies: Agnès Jaoui’s Look at Me, which opens the 42nd New York Film Festival tonight (October 1), is the kind of graceful ensemble piece which the French excel at, and which American filmmakers rarely even attempt. It presupposes a certain cultivation and attraction to nuance in its audience, but lest that make it sound precious, it should be added that the film also, at times, cuts deep. Look at Me centers on Lolita (Marilou Berry), the overweight grown daughter of a famous ...

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