During the rehearsals for the production of the tragedy Andromaque, the leading actress and her director, a couple behind the scenes, can't find a way to leave their personal problems at ... See full summary »
Rico is a not too successful screen-player. He is also a repressed sex addict. His life changes when he starts to talk to his own penis, which incredibly answers him! All his relationships ... See full summary »
Filmmaker Barbet Schroeder explores themes of sexual freedom, mind alteration, and pursuit of paradise against the backdrop of an early 70's encounter with the Mapuga rain forest tribe in upland New Guinea.
The perfect example of what the french movie industry could give us these days, in the mid seventies. I won't say that's a non sense film, but hard to tell exactly in his true meanings. I don't bother to talk about it, only because it has not been commented yet. I'll try anyway. The drawing of the boredom for a sort of undertaker, funeral company supervisor, played by the exquisite Michel Aumont whose the wife is an ex prostitute, a man who has a mistress to escape from his terrible home life.
I guess the meaning of this film is to make a realistic picture of every one's life, especially the audiences' one. Many folks could recognize themselves in Aumont's character. And some people could also say that women are shown in not such a good way here.
But that's not my point of view.
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