Full Moon in Paris
Full Moon in Paris (French: Les Nuits de la pleine lune) is a 1984 French film directed and written by Éric Rohmer. The film stars Pascale Ogier, Tchéky Karyo and Fabrice Luchini. The score is by Elli et Jacno.
|Full Moon in Paris|
|Directed by||Éric Rohmer|
|Produced by||Margaret Ménégoz|
|Written by||Eric Rohmer|
|Music by||Elli et Jacno|
|Edited by||Cécile Decugis|
Full Moon in Paris was Rohmer's fourth installment in his Comedies and Proverbs series. The story opens with the proverb "Qui a deux femmes perd son âme, qui a deux maisons perd sa raison" ("He who has two women loses his soul. He who has two houses loses his mind.")
Louise lives in Marne-la-Vallée, the Parisian suburbs, with Rémi, but still wants to hold on to the freedom of her single life, so she sets up a second home as a pied-à-terre in the centre of Paris.
- Full Moon in Paris on IMDb
- Full Moon in Paris at Rotten Tomatoes
- Les Nuits de la pleine lune at filmsdefrance.com
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