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Rendezvous in Paris

Rendezvous in Paris ★★ Les-Rendez-vous de Paris 1995

Includes three stories by Rohmer about the complications and disappointments of love. “Le Rendez-vous de 7 heures” finds Esther (Bellar) upset when boyfriend Horace (Basler) is spotted with another girl at a cafe. She decides to make him jealous by showing up at the same cafe with another man. A woman (Rauscher) decides to leave her boring fiance in “Les Bancs de Paris” and tries to decide on a possible new romance with a provincial professor (Renko). In “Mere et Enfant 1907,” a painter (Kraft) goes to an art gallery where he spots a woman (Loyen) admiring Picasso's painting “Mother and Child” and he decides to pursue her. French with subtitles. 100m/C VHS . FR Clara Bellar, Antoine Basler, Mathias Megard, Judith Chancel, Aurore Rauscher, Serge Renko, Michael Kraft, Benedicte Loyen, Veronika Johansson; D: Eric Rohmer; W: Eric Rohmer; C: Diane Baratier; M: Sebastien Erms.

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