The Endurance of Amelie

Amelie Poulain will forever be my movie crush, and the film has enjoyed many aftershocks in the world. The Roaming Gnome, and the super-elitist meta-allusion to “that French movie” in Up in the Air, they keep the Amelie spirit alive. Now here comes a new viral video that was actually part of the film;  one of many videos Amelie posts to her artistic neighbor is this “new” meme-

(YouTube Link)

This YouTube video is almost three years old, and Amelie is about ten years old. I say she scooped everyone.

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4 Responses to The Endurance of Amelie

  1. seven says:

    This is a (relatively) common occurence in cycling. I imagine to an un-clever beast like a horse, a massive group of people, moving at 45km/h and creating almost no sound can look pretty damn scary. Usually this is good for a laugh, but sometimes ends in disaster for riders.

    If there horses are penned in well enough, it’s great to see overhead shots at the Tour de France where a whole herd will run to a fence to “watch the race”. Cows do this as well.

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