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Philippe de Broca's idiosyncratic little comedy begins by showing us a dreamy, eccentric family, and the whimsey is too soft-headed, but the film gets better (and more subtle than one expects) as it goes along. The lyric and lustful young hero, Jean-Pierre Cassel, pursues the glamorous Anouk Aimée, and when he catches her discovers how dreary she is. Still in his 20s when he made this film (it was preceded by THE LOVE GAME), de Broca has a deft, balletic style; the film is sprightly, but in an inoffensive way. With Georges Wilson and Geneviève Cluny. Written by de Broca and Daniel Boulanger; music by Georges Delerue. In French.
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