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Un amour de pluie (1974)

 |  Romance, Drama  |  October 1974 (USA)
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Elizabeth and her daughter Cecile spend their holidays at a lakeside resort in the French mountains. Elizabeth falls in love with a strange Italian, Giovanni, while young Cecile is courted ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
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Elizabeth
Nino Castelnuovo ...
Giovanni
Suzanne Flon ...
Mme Edith
Mehdi El Glaoui ...
Georges
Bénédicte Bucher ...
Cécile
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Le dragueur
Philippe Castelli ...
Le portier
Louis Navarre ...
Le maître d'hôtel
Pierre Mirat ...
Le patron du café
Albert Michel ...
Le client du café
Ermanno Casanova ...
Le père de Georges
Roselyne Vuillaume ...
Claudine
Dany Jacquet ...
La cliente de l'hôtel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean-Paul Bouvier
Alain David ...
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Elizabeth and her daughter Cecile spend their holidays at a lakeside resort in the French mountains. Elizabeth falls in love with a strange Italian, Giovanni, while young Cecile is courted by an apprentice cook. It seems that mother and daughter are drifting apart from each other, but then their holidays are over. Written by Otto Oberhauser <Oberhauser@cc.univie.ac.at>

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Changing morals in the 1970s
22 November 1999 | by (Canterbury, England) – See all my reviews

From a 1990s perspective this film appears completely empty. The characters are shallow, their behaviour is shallow, as are the consequences of their behaviour.

However, this dismissal would be missing the point. The film documents a change in morals in 1970s' European society, and the shallowness of the holiday romances of both mother and daughter is exactly the kind of change the film focuses on. Their holiday flings are not a big deal - but had this film been made only 10 years earlier they would have been. The same can be said about Schneider's brief nude scenes; they appear so natural and non-spectacular that they make the very same point.

Overall, this is an interesting document of its period, but it has not much else to say.


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