Jeanne Dielman, a lonely young widow, lives with her son Sylvain following an immutable order: while the boy is in school, she cares for their apartment, does chores, and receives clients in the afternoon.
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Ranked number 14 non-English-speaking film in the critics' poll conducted by the BBC in 2018. See more
In one scene, after the first man went, when Jeanne is making her bed, a lot of dust particles float in the air, showing the bed has not been used for a long time. See more
I met your father after the Americans had left. I was living with my aunts, because my parents were dead. One Saturday, I went to the Bois de la Cambre with a girlfriend. I don't remember the weather. She knew him. You know who I mean. I've shown you her picture. So, we began seeing each other. I was working as a billing clerk for horrible pay. Life with my aunts was dull. I didn't feel like getting married, but it seemed to be "the thing to do," as they say. My aunts kept saying "He's nice. ...
References The Stepford Wives
Bagatelle for Piano
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven See more