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Two Weeks in September (1967)
"À coeur joie" (original title)

Approved  |   |  Drama, Romance  |  September 1967 (USA)
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Story of a woman torn between her love for two different men.

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Cecile
Laurent Terzieff ...
Vincent
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Philippe
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McClintock
Michael Sarne ...
Dickinson
Georgina Ward ...
Patricia
Carole Lebel ...
Monique
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Chantal
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Cecile is a young and beautiful Frenchwoman married to a much older Englishman. She loves her husband and seems to be content with her life, until she meets a younger man and feels forgotten passions stirring within her. She now finds herself confronted with a choice: to stay with the steady and peaceful love of her husband, or to run off for excitement and adventure with a new love? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Like sitting back and watching someone having an affair...
6 December 2010 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I've seen most of Brigitte Bardot's films and this one is typical in some ways but also pretty dull in others. Like so many of her films, you see lots of skin but no actual nudity--it's a lot of tease, that's for sure. And, like so many of her films, it's about a woman (Bardot) and her sexual awakening. But, unlike many of her other films, this one is pretty dull and seems less like a movie and more like watching a couple on a spy-cam meeting, talking (A LOT) and having sex (with all the naughty bits somehow hidden). It seems to pretty much glorify adultery and sings its praises--and this is bound to offend some and give vicarious thrills to others. The problem, though, is no matter how sexy Bardot is, the film looks sophisticated but down deep it is just dull and listless...and also seems to have very little to say other than 'give adultery a try'! Not particularly enjoyable.


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