A Man and a Woman: Twenty Years Later | Chicago Reader

A Man and a Woman: Twenty Years Later

Twenty years later and none the wiser for it. The Woman—Anouk Aimee again—now a film producer, decides to make a movie about her erstwhile love and seeks out the Man—Jean-Louis Trintignant again—to pick his brain (and soul and heart) for precious memories. Needless to say, It happens . . . again. Claude Lelouch is the director again, and it all sounds a bit like cannibalism to me. With Evelyne Bouix and Richard Berry, and strategically exerpted sequences from the original.

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