I love the super-stylized acting in Bresson's films. Although Pickpocket is rather short with 75 minutes it seemed very long nevertheless.
The baroque music springs to the ear immediately and there were some obvious circular story moments, ie the repetition of the race track situation.
The camera work had some very religious and painterly feeling to it. The actors seem to have been held in place for rather long shots, and their arms and glance directions looked extremely arranged.