Antoine has always been fascinated with a hairdresser's delicate touch, the beguiling perfume and the figure of a woman with an opulent bosom, moreover, he knew that he would marry one, fulfilling his dream of a perfect and idealised love.
Michel Mortez is going to and fro France to compere a radio game he created 25 years ago. He is famous among the average Frenchmen. But he is also a poker. Rivetot, his assistant and ... See full summary »
Twelve-year-old Antoine falls profoundly in love with a voluptuous but suicidal hairdresser, a formative experience he never forgets. Much later in life, he seeks to repeat his romance by marrying Mathilde - also voluptuous and also a hairdresser - with whom he forms an intimate and consuming relationship in an attempt to blot out the miseries of this world from their lives.Written by
When Mathilde shampoos the bearded customer, the hand holding the water sprayer changes between shots. See more »
[Reading a magazine]
"Lose 10 pounds in two weeks on nothing but cucumbers and tea..."... You buy that?
Where'd you read it?
In this... They say it's medically proven.
What time is it?
A quarter to 7.
Let's close up... Lose half a pound and I'll throw myself under a bus...
Then promise me something... just one thing: the day you don't love me anymore don't pretend you do.
[a customer is trying to come in/door is locked]
He'll be tomorrow's customer.
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This film is an artistic, sensitive, and very sensual portrayal of two people who fall in love. Part of the joy is watching their clearly-etched characters mesh and blend. This is done so well that no one could believe they are lovers off screen. We ride along with them, and remember our feelings of longing for love, realizing love, and finally, hoping never to lose it. Some people are disappointed with the end, though for anyone who has ever been in love and finds that passion, completely realized, has no where to go but into sadness and loss, this movie works. When one has achieved perfect bliss, the only thing that can follow would be disappointment and, ultimately, death.
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