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A former editor of the groundbreaking magazine Cahiers du Cinema, Eric Rohmer (1910-2010) became one of the leading figures of the French New Wave.

Working well into his eighties, his hugely influential body of work is celebrated for its originality, economical visual style and witty and articulate dialogue.

Rohmer's reputation was established with his ambitious 'Moral Tales' series of films, each based around a common theme - in his words: 'a man meeting a woman at the very moment when he is about to commit himself to someone else'. A former editor of the groundbreaking magazine Cahiers du Cinema, Eric Rohmer (1910-2010) became one of the leading figures of the French New Wave.

Working well into his eighties, his hugely influential body of work is celebrated for its originality, economical visual style and witty and articulate dialogue.

Rohmer's reputation was established with his ambitious 'Moral Tales' series of films, each based around a common theme - in his words: 'a man meeting a woman at the very moment when he is about to commit himself to someone else'.
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A former editor of the groundbreaking magazine Cahiers du Cinema, Eric Rohmer (1910-2010) became one of the leading figures of the French New Wave. Working well into his eighties, his hugely influential body of work is celebrated for its originality, economical visual style and witty and articulate dialogue. Rohmer's reputation was established with his ambitious 'Moral Tales' series of films, each based around a common theme - in his words: 'a man meeting a woman at the very moment when he is about to commit himself to someone else'. Includes: THE GIRL AT THE MONCEAU BAKERY (1962) SUZANNE'S CAREER (1963) LA COLLECTIONNEUSE (1967) MY NIGHT AT MAUD'S (1969) CLAIRE'S KNEE (1970) LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON (1972) A former editor of the groundbreaking magazine Cahiers du Cinema, Eric Rohmer (1910-2010) became one of the leading figures of the French New Wave. Working well into his eighties, his hugely influential body of work is celebrated for its originality, economical visual style and witty and articulate dialogue. Rohmer's reputation was established with his ambitious 'Moral Tales' series of films, each based around a common theme - in his words: 'a man meeting a woman at the very moment when he is about to commit himself to someone else'. Includes: THE GIRL AT THE MONCEAU BAKERY (1962) SUZANNE'S CAREER (1963) LA COLLECTIONNEUSE (1967) MY NIGHT AT MAUD'S (1969) CLAIRE'S KNEE (1970) LOVE IN THE AFTERNOON (1972)

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SKU 5021866468303
Catalogue Number ART468DVD
Product contents 5 Discs
Year 1962-1974
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Artificial Eye
Countries France
Aspect ratio 4:3
Colour Colour/Black and White
Subtitles English
Language(s) French
Running time 438 Mins
DVD region 2
Certificate 15

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