Sophisticated and romantic director Rohmer spins a touching story about a young French woman who leaves her lover to find something more meaningful, but finds herself uncertain of her two needs. Both witty and sensitive.
Controversial account of a married Czech surgeon's torrid love affair in the midst of the 1968 Russian invasion. Intense performances!
Place Vendome movie trailer - starring Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Pierre Bacri, Emmanuelle Seigner. Directed by Nicole Garcia. Genre: Drama
The opening and possibly most coherent scene, Anna Karina, the recently-ex wife of director Jean-Luc Godard, as Paula, referring to the lover whose death she'll be investigating, visited by Uncle Edgar (Ernest Menzer), in the Hollywood-worshipping quasi-mystery Made In U.S.A., 1966.
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Tomas (Oscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis -- "Gangs of New York," "My Left Foot") is a doctor and a lady's man in Czechoslovakia during the late 1960s. Although he already has a sophisticated lover, Sabina (Oscar-nominee Lina Olin -- "Chocolat," "Hollywood Homicide"), he becomes smitten with a bookish country girl named Tereza (Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche -- "The English Patient," "Chocolat"), and the two begin a relationship. Sabina eventually learns to accept this other relationship, and the two women find themselves forming a deep friendship. However, the lovers triangle find themselves caught up in the political events of the "Prague Spring" of 1968, and as the Soviet tanks roll in to crush the non-violent rebellion, their lives are forever changed. Written and directed by Oscar-nominee Philip Kaufman ("Twisted," "The Right Stuff").
A young doctor's quest for sex and his stumbling into love are part of the rich storyline of this lyrical film from the landmark Milan Kundera novel.
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