Study Guide

Amélie Scene 10

Scene 10

Scene 10

  • When Amélie returns to her apartment, the glass man peeks into the hallway and tells her it's Bretodeau not Bredoteau.
  • The glass man's name is Raymond Dufayel, and he invites Amélie into his apartment.
  • Dufayel shows Amélie his paintings, which are all replicas of Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party that he's been painting over and over for twenty years.
  • The only person Dufayel says he can't capture is the girl with the glass of water. "She in the middle, yet on the outside."
  • Amélie suggests that the girl is different for some reason, but she doesn't know why.
  • Dufayel gives Amélie the address for Dominique Bretodeau.

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