WOW. SO GOOD. Not only a wonderful, magical, sad story from the director of Amelie, but the costumes were Spot On Perfect. We move between 1917 and 1920 as Mathilde searches for her fiance Manech, who went missing during World War I. So many things made me happy I can’t list them all. Mathilde’s wardrobe moves from late teens to proto-1920s, with those perfect natural-waisted suits, beautiful sheer blouses with wide collars and tucks/embroidery/trims. I also really liked that Mathilde’s aunt (an older and larger woman) in the 1920s scenes sticks with a late 1910s silhouette. Go! See it!