La Collectionneuse (1966)
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as Sam Hertzberg
as Carole's Friend
as Haydee's Lover
as Boy at St. Tropez
as Lost Tourist
as Man in Car
Critic Reviews for La Collectionneuse
The natural splendors of blue water, rocky shore, bright sky, and hilly terrain provide a serene setting for the eternal struggles of man versus man, man versus woman, and man versus his own worst instincts.
To watch a film like this, or any Rohmer film, creates a sense of peaceful regard in me. He isn't afraid of losing my attention with too much dialogue, or too little action. He invites me to arrive at my own moral judgments.
It's as if the film were a kind of living notebook for what Rohmer was to do later, with greater ease and refinement.
Rohmer's impossibly light, graceful way of posing profound moral questions hasn't yet wholly coalesced, though this 1966 film does have his soft, slow rhythm.
Audience Reviews for La Collectionneuse
La Collectionneuse makes an effort and winds up being silly. This is fine if you are easy-going and collect French films from the 60s. If not, you may find the film easy to dislike.
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