My Night At Maud's (1969) - It's Better That Things Be Impossible
The friend who brought them together has just left, and divorceè Maud (Francoise Fabian) is persuading bachelor Jean-Louis (Trintignant) to stick around, beginning the conversation that occupies most of the film, in Eric Rohmers My Night At Mauds, 1969, the third title in his Six Moral Tales.
My Night At Maud's (1969) - That Way To Unthinking Belief
Visiting professor Jean-Louis (Trintignant) on a quiet Christmas-time social evening in Clermont-Ferrand, sees the girl from church (Marie-Christine Barrault) again, then runs into an old friend, a fellow academic, Vidal (Antoine Vitez), in Eric Rohmers My Night At Mauds, 1969.
My Night At Maud's (1969) - Lord, I Am Unworthy
We know little about Jean-Louis Trintignants character, Jean-Louis, except that he seems to be a bachelor and hes gone to church (at the Cathedral in Clermont-Ferrand, France), where he sees a blonde (Marie-Christine Barrault) hes never met, early in My Night At Mauds, 1969, the international hit and third film in Eric Rohmers Six Moral Tales.
My Night At Maud's (1969) - Two Cases Of Protracted Adolescence
At the shank of their impromptu social evening, it sounds like professor Vidal (Antoine Vitez) and old pal Jean-Louis (Trintignant) wont be going to see his friend Maud (Francoise Fabian), but they do, thus creating the central premise in director Eric Rohmers My Night At Mauds, 1969.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- My Might At Maud's (1969)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces My Might At Mauds, 1969.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- My Night At Maud's (1969)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces My Night At Mauds, 1969.