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Gorilla Romero over 4 years ago
Karen Vermeulen over 7 years ago
Les dames du Bois de Boulogne (French for "The ladies of the Bois de Boulogne") is a 1945 French film directed by Robert Bresson. It is a modern adaptation of a section of Denis Diderot's Jacques le fataliste (1796), telling the story of a man who is tricked into marrying a former prostitute. Les Dames was Bresson's second feature. It is also his last film to feature a cast entirely composed of professional actors. Hélène and Jean have pledged their love to each other, but are not engaged to marry. Their love affair allows dalliances with others, but they have promised to put each other first above all others. Hélène has been warned by a friend that Jean's love for her has cooled and fears this is correct. She tricks him into confessing, by pretending her own feelings for him have cooled to a friendship. She hides her shock and dismay when he enthusiastically accepts her as now just a friend instead of a lover. After he leaves her apartment, it is clear that she is devastated. But...
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