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Combien tu m'aimes? / How much do you love me?(Original French Version with English Subtitles)


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Product Details

  • Actors: Gerard Depardieu
  • Directors: Bertrand Blier
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GVWZKQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #348,113 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Great movie, albeit predictable.
Erik Brunkal
Lead actor Bernard Campan and Gerard Depardieu play their parts well, and serve as Monica's foils.
G. YEO
Then it all ends -- either happily or unhappily but by then I didn't care one way or the other.
Alan A. Elsner

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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Derek on December 11, 2007
Format: DVD
Checklist...Monica Bellucci main role (check), Monica intense kissing scene (check), Monica as a call girl (check), Monica nude (check), Monica sex scene (check), Monica in bed (check), Monica bellissima (check), Monica in Italian (check), Monica in French (check), Monica in love (check)...10/10

No seriously this is a interesting film where a man tries to buy Monica, and convince her to leave her life as a parisan escort and fall in love with him. It got its funny moments & intense moments,...needless to say the pimp boss doesn't like the idea...lol. Would you? One of Monica's newer film releases. I seen available versions in French, Italian & Spanish. I bought this while in Italia last year, the Italian version was called "Per Sesso o Per Amore"..simply translated "For Sex or For Love"
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Keith W. Harvey on April 21, 2008
Format: DVD
If you see a Blier film, without being told it is Blier film, you will recognize it immediately. His cinematic vocabulary and his themes are unique. You know you will see a film about the struggle of men and women on a very fundamental level, usually played out in the bedroom. You know there will be beautiful women with semi-cretinous men, sporting half nude throughout the film. You know the men will have a buddy and that the buddy will have to share the woman in some way.

Blier is an auteur and a bit of a poet. You must view his films like a canvas or a poem. You cannot simply sit back and let the story unfold.

Blier is fascinated with sexual politics. He wants to study the shifts in power in the struggle of a couple. He is not a prude nor is he a moralist. He sees the male-female relationship as a power stuggle-the greater the struggle, the greater the passion.

Blier is a fetishist. He likes to linger on breasts, legs, hair, and coupling couples.

Blier is shocking and profane; he is also aware of the human comedy and comedic side of love and romance.

I find his movies entertaining and authentic, unique and disturbing. He is not for everyone.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Brian E. Erland HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 5, 2007
Format: DVD
Note: French with English subtitles.

Synopsis: Francois (Bernard Campan), a lonely middle-aged man with a weak heart enters a bordello one evening with his eyes transfixed to one particular hooker. Her name is Daniela (Monica Bellucci). He claims to have won the lottery and offers Daniela a large sum of money if she would come and live with him. As the two strangers get to know each other soon their financial agreement takes on emotional consequences that neither could have suspected. Before long their entanglement grows to encompass Francois friends, neighbors and work acquaintances as well as people, some significant, from Daniela's past.

Critique: `How Much Do You Love Me' is a rather odd but enjoyable combination of erotica, romance and dark comedy rolled into one. While the viewer may find it difficult to decide exactly what genre the film is best suited for when all is said and done I would expect that they enjoyed watching. Monica Bellucci does what she does best as she subtly moves back and forth from sullen and smoldering to volcanic eruption. Bernard Campan also delivers a strong performance and there's also a small but memorable role played by one of France's finest actors, Gerard Depardieu.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on June 24, 2007
Format: DVD
In this French-Italian film "Combien tu m'aimes?" ("How Much Do You Love Me?") Monica Bellucci stars as beautiful prostitute Daniela, to whom an ordinary clerk François (Bernard Campan) offers a lucrative but strange deal - that is, one hundred thousand Euros a month if she agrees to live with him in his apartment room. François says he recently won lottery money and that she will receive monthly payment as long as the money lasts.

Of course, Daniela agrees as François looks (and is) nice and honest, but what she didn't know is the changes that are going to happen inside her after the life with this mild-mannered man begins. The same goes for François, who changes from a lonely middle-aged bachelor to someone very different.

Nothing is surprising about the film's basic plot except the peculiar ways how it is presented. Bertrand Blier directs the whole story without restraining the tone or style, which jumps from one to another without warning. After a very moody, quiet scene of lover's talk comes suddenly almost farce-like moment (such as the entire co-workers of his office arriving at François's door just to check how gorgeous his girlfriend is!).

Gérard Depardieu also appears as gentlemanly and a bit eccentric gangster, who adds some comical touch to the middle section of the film. He and Bertrand Blier had previously worked together in such films as "Les Valseuses," "Buffet froid" and "Trop belle pour toi," but this one is probably the least memorable among the three.

The film's promising start leads to a confusing ending that looks as if it has disintegrated into chaos. Luckily the chaos is of happy and merry kind, but I still think it needs to be tidied up to make the "laundry" scene more convincing.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brian E. Erland HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 15, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Note: French with English subtitles.

Francois (Bernard Campan), a lonely middle-aged man with a weak heart enters a bordello one evening with his eyes transfixed to one particular hooker. Her name is Daniela (Monica Bellucci). He claims to have won the lottery and offers Daniela a large sum of money if she would come and live with him. As the two strangers get to know each other soon their financial agreement takes on emotional consequences that neither could have suspected. Before long their entanglement grows to encompass Francois friends, neighbors and work acquaintances as well as people, some significant, from Daniela's past.

`How Much Do You Love Me' is a rather odd but enjoyable combination of erotica, romance and dark comedy rolled into one. While the viewer may find it difficult to decide exactly what genre the film is best suited for when all is said and done I would expect that they enjoyed watching. Monica Bellucci does what she does best as she subtly moves back and forth from sullen and smoldering to volcanic eruption. Bernard Campan also delivers a strong performance and there's also a small but memorable role played by one of France's finest actors, Gerard Depardieu.
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