Eric Rohmer

Eric Rohmer | France | 1983 | 94 min. | V.O. French subtitled in Spanish

Life itself told in a summer. That could be a definition of Rohmer’s films which resolve around summer loves. Because through their romantic entanglements, their misunderstandings and their characters full of insecurities and whims, Rohmer manages to arrive at a refined philosophical understanding of human beings and their affections. In this case, it is the sexual awakening of an adolescent, Pauline, witness to and accidental participant in the love triangle formed by her older cousin Marion, her insecure friend Pierre and the seductive Henri, in the midst of holidays on the Normandy coast. One of Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs”, in which the foolishness of adults clashes with young Pauline’s naive lucidity.

Direction: Eric Rohmer

Script: Eric Rohmer

Cinematography: Néstor Almendros

Editing: Cécile Decugis, Christopher Tate

Music: Jean-Louis Valéro

Cast: Amanda Langlet, Arielle Dombasle, Pascal Greggory, Féodor Atkine

Production: Margaret Ménégoz

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