La Ronde

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Released 1964

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Director:
Roger Vadim
Released:
1964
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La Ronde is a 1964 French romantic farce from director Roger Vadim; the second cinema adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's eponymous 1900 play, moving the setting from Vienna to Paris. The film features a series of sexually charged and humorous short stories, starting with the prostitute, La fille (Marie Dubois), and her relationship with a soldier, Georges (Claude Giraud). The audience is then led from one character to another as each takes on sexual relationships with different people on an amorous tour through all levels of French society, eventually returning full circle to La fille. Headlining the cast are Jane Fonda, Anna Karina, Maurice Ronet, and Catherine Spaak. Fonda's real world relationship with Vadim developed while filming La Ronde; leading to their eventual marriage and famed collaboration on Barbarella. La Ronde was re-titled Circle of Love, when dubbed in English for American distribution, and was a 1965 nominee for the Golden Globe's Best Foreign Film award.

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Comedy, Drama

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Love & Romance, Romantic Comedy, Satire, Foreign Language