The Man Who Loved Women

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Released 1977

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The Man Who Loved Women

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Director:
Francois Truffaut
Released:
1977
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The Man Who Loved Women is a 1977 French comedy drama film directed by Fran'ois Truffaut. At the funeral of Bertrand Morane (Charles Denner), Genevieve (Brigitte Fossey) watches all of Bertrand's former lovers arrive to mourn. In flashbacks, we learn that Morane is a worker at an aerodynamic testing facility and a known womanizer. He is adverse to commitment, but will go to great lengths to find women he is interested in. He has affairs with H'l'ne (Genevieve Fontanel), a lingerie shop worker; Delphine (Nelly Borgeaud), the wife of a doctor; and several others. After coming down with gonorrhea, Bertrand begins working on a book of his exploits. Genevieve helps Bertrand get his book published and even suggest the title of The Man Who Loved Women. The two begin to fall in love and Bertrand is fatally injured in a car wreck on his way to meet her.

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