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Éric Rohmer's

Saturday, February 17

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Post-film Q&A with editor Jackie Raynal

NOTE: This screening is SOLD OUT.
A standby line will form at the box office 30 minutes prior to showtime.

Directed by Éric Rohmer
France, 1967
Starring Patrick Bauchau, Haydée Politoff, Daniel Pommereulle
Cinematography by Néstor Almendros

Approx. 86 min. DCP.

"The third of Rohmer's six moral tales, and the first of his films to achieve wide recognition. The collector of the title is a delectable nymphet, footloose in St Tropez, who makes a principle of sleeping with a different man every night until two friends, declining to become specimens, decide to take her moral well-being in hand. In the 18th century game which Rohmer transposes to a contemporary setting, this pair can be seen as intellect trying to dominate instinct, but only succeeding in rousing unwanted passions. Wryly and delightfully witty." — Time Out

Presented with support from the George Fasel Memorial Fund for Classic French Cinema


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– Richard Brody, The New Yorker

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