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Love After Love

Love After Love ★★ Apres l'Amour 1994

A look at sex and relationships among 30-something professionals in Paris. Lola (Huppert), a successful romance novelist, is suffering a crisis in both her career and, ironically, her love life. She is involved with two men who, in turn, are involved with different women who happen to have borne them children. The movie starts off with so much mate switching and secret sexual rendezvous, that by the second half, you really don't care who Lola ends up with. French with English subtitles. 104m/C VHS, DVD . FR Isabelle Huppert, Hippolyte Girardot, Lio; D: Diane Kurys; W: Diane Kurys, Antoine Lacomblez; C: Fabio Conversi; M: Yves Simon, Serge Perathone, Jannick Top.

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