An isolated valley in the south east of France. Mathias, thirty-eight, single, has two passions: his freedom and sleep. It is the man who sleeps most of the region. Louise is ten years younger. She left Paris and discovered this valley.
Paris, October 1948. Nino and Donald, two cinema lovers, meet during a screening in the suburbs. They quickly become great friends. Both dream of a successful career in the 7th art, and ... See full summary »
Simon de La Brosse
The title is borrowed from an old French folk song called "A la claire fontaine" .The chorus goes like this:" I've loved you so long ,I'll never forget you." The subject was new for the time,but 25 years after,it seems more conventional.
François and Brigitte have been married for a long time,and much to their children's surprise (these children are in their twenties) ,they decide to leave each other,in order to "live their life."This movie remains watchable for the two leads,the sadly missed Jean Carmet and the luminous Marie Dubois who,suffering from multiple sclerosis ,does not appear in movies anymore.
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