Watching: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg/ Les Parapluies De Cherbourg (1964). I was thinking of Jacques Demy's childhood biography which was one of my favorite movies growing up and I realized that I had never seen a Demy movie so I had to start with his most popular film. This is the movie that inspired the making of La La Land. This movie is indeed beautiful. Watching it is like looking at a painting. The colors are stunning and the whole movie is a feast for the eyes. The story is also touching and the actors are perfect in their roles. However I have an issue with movies that are sung from start to finish. It gets on my nerves! That's also why I didn't like les Miserables. There's just too much singing in this movie. The whole dialogue is sung and it just seems forced but the rest is so perfect that in this case I was able to look passed that detail that's usually a deal breaker for me. Have you seen this movie? What are your thoughts on it?