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Love in the Afternoon


  1. Directed by: Eric Rohmer
  2. Produced by: Barbet Schroeder
    Pierre Cottrell
  3. Written by: Eric Rohmer
  4. Music by: Arié Dzierlatka
  5. Cinematography by: Néstor Almendros
  6. Editing by: Cécile Decugis
  7. Release Date: 1972
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: French

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  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

Vows to "forsake all others" are all well and good, but how does that settle the longing for the thrill of new romance, particularly for a married fortyish lawyer in Paris, walking the same streets and frequenting the same cafes as the miniskirted footsoldiers of the sexual revolution? Frederic (Bernard Verley) must put his intellectual musings into practice when the ideal becomes real in the form of Chloe (Zouzou), an ex-lover who re-enters his life through happenstance. Chloe's carefree rejection of monogamy and her open invitation to Frederic contrast with the ordered rhythms and obligations of his settled family life, but he can only choose one image to privilege. - Russell Lucas


  1. Directed by: Eric Rohmer
  2. Produced by: Barbet Schroeder
    Pierre Cottrell
  3. Written by: Eric Rohmer
  4. Music by: Arié Dzierlatka
  5. Cinematography by: Néstor Almendros
  6. Editing by: Cécile Decugis
  7. Release Date: 1972
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: French

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

Vows to "forsake all others" are all well and good, but how does that settle the longing for the thrill of new romance, particularly for a married fortyish lawyer in Paris, walking the same streets and frequenting the same cafes as the miniskirted footsoldiers of the sexual revolution? Frederic (Bernard Verley) must put his intellectual musings into practice when the ideal becomes real in the form of Chloe (Zouzou), an ex-lover who re-enters his life through happenstance. Chloe's carefree rejection of monogamy and her open invitation to Frederic contrast with the ordered rhythms and obligations of his settled family life, but he can only choose one image to privilege. - Russell Lucas

Vows to "forsake all others" are all well and good, but how does that settle the longing for the thrill of new romance, particularly for a married fortyish lawyer in Paris, walking the same streets and frequenting the same cafes as the miniskirted footsoldiers of the sexual revolution? Frederic (Bernard Verley) must put his intellectual musings into practice when the ideal becomes real in the form of Chloe (Zouzou), an ex-lover who re-enters his life through happenstance. Chloe's carefree rejection of monogamy and her open invitation to Frederic contrast with the ordered rhythms and obligations of his settled family life, but he can only choose one image to privilege. - Russell Lucas


  1. Directed by: Eric Rohmer
  2. Produced by: Barbet Schroeder
    Pierre Cottrell
  3. Written by: Eric Rohmer
  4. Music by: Arié Dzierlatka
  5. Cinematography by: Néstor Almendros
  6. Editing by: Cécile Decugis
  7. Release Date: 1972
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: French

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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