This is an appealing start-up teaser for Todd Haynes Carol (Weinstein Co., 11.27), but can I say something? Margaret Whiting’s version of “My Foolish Heart” obviously indicates that Carol is a period piece (which it is) but it also suggests that Carol‘s romantic current is a dated, musty thing, and it’s definitely not. Carol is an emotionally alive and immediate experience that lets you remember how it feels to fall for someone, and how you can succumb to less-than-rational impulses when you’re under that spell. The song I was thinking of after I saw it in Cannes was Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Hello, Young Lovers.” The lyric I had in mind was “I know how it feels to have wings on your heels.”