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  • Actors: Patrick Bauchau, Haydée Politoff, Daniel Pommereulle, Alain Jouffroy, Mijanou Bardot
  • Directors: Eric Rohmer
  • Writers: Patrick Bauchau, Haydée Politoff, Daniel Pommereulle, Eric Rohmer
  • Producers: Alfred de Graff, Barbet Schroeder, Georges de Beauregard
  • Format: Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Fox Lorber
  • DVD Release Date: April 25, 2000
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 1572528060
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #284,844 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "La Collectionneuse" on IMDb

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La Collectionneuse (1967)

Customer Reviews

So real they seem to be.
Dermeval Aires Jr.
Also a funny one, even if you don't laugh... Rohmer could have made only this single film, and yet would be an important and intriguing director.
N. Lalonde
He acts as if he is indifferent, but comes to think that Haydee is trying to seduce him.
Israel Drazin

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 15, 2004
Format: DVD
There's no middle ground when it comes to Eric Rohmer films. You either love them or you hate them. If you hate them, there's no sense reviewing them for others. For those of us who love them, maybe we should rate the films on the Rohmer Scale of 1 to 5. "1" for your least favourites and "5" for your most favourites.
Having said that, I'd say this is a mid-level Rohmer film. But, still Rohmer, still unexplicably wonderful.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "djhowitzer" on April 18, 2002
Format: DVD
ok. first up, this is heavy duty french art film action. approximatley equivalent in endurance requirement to eg. slacker. and equally rewarding for those who make the effort.
the film focuses on a lazy summer. a young art dealer is staying at a friends south-of-france villa, where he proposes "to do absolutely nothing"
he and the friend pontificate about the lovelife of the artless haide as she sleeps her way around the riviera. their intellectualisation serves to put themselves morally above her - in their minds at least. but haide shows them that they are aiming for something they can never have - while she is often unsatisfied she is more often happy, or at least mildly amused.
this is an awesome mood piece - i thouroughly recommend quiet contemplation with your relaxant of choice. top notch
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dermeval Aires Jr. on October 9, 2004
Format: DVD
Eric Rohmer is such a talented movie director; philosophical, simple and so successful in depicting human life even in the murky and intellectualistic XXth century. From his works I have had the chance to see, I find La Collectionneuse the most precious, and must now express my surprise at how incredibly few people who write reviews about this motion picture have noticed its genius.

Perhaps things are so because they have not seen it in the movie theater. Certainly, this Disc is also to join the numerous complaints that the Fox Lorber DVD versions of Rohmer's works have a mediocre technical quality; those who watch La Collectionneuse only on DVD cannot fully behold the marvelous quality of its images, shot in 16mm and standing so impressively on the large movie-screen. It is a dream in silky textures of light and shadow, calmly led towards its climax in a contemplative, delightfully pleasant mood; its pace is even slower than the average Rohmer; who throughout his life has always been acknowledged for great care with details of mis-en-scene, a care which here is astonishing. There is nothing to be added or taken out. The beautiful shots of nature, the atmosphere of 60's and all words and gestures fit together as well as life itself.

The screenplay of La Collectionneuse was written eight-handed by the director and the three main players: Patrick Bauchau, who represents Adrien; Haydee Politoff, after whose name the Collectionneuse herself is named; and the simply unforgettable Daniel Pommereulle, who passed away in the end of 2003 after remaining nearly three decades out of the screen. Pommereulle has a part in this movie that seems never to have been properly called attention to by anyone, at least judging from the material that is available on the internet.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Lalonde on January 5, 2005
Format: DVD
Of course, if you never liked any of Rohmer's film, this one is not for you. But "La Collectionneuse" is an extremely beautiful, subtle and profound movie. Also a funny one, even if you don't laugh... Rohmer could have made only this single film, and yet would be an important and intriguing director.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. H. Stewart on January 3, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I purchased this DVD mainly to practice my French, determined to disregard the English subtitles. But I found myself so absorbed in the characters and plot that I ended up reading the English to make sure I didn't miss anything. I'll view it again later for the practice. I've always liked Rohmer. His characters are always articulate, eccentric, but oh so human. The women and men in this parable about the meaning of human relationships and our need for other people are all bright and sexy in that unique French way. The setting in the South of France was intoxicating--brilliant splashes of sun, acres of clear, clean beaches and water. The journey of self-discovery for the man in the film was moving and inspiring, as he began to understand that he needed more in his life than to spend his life as a collector, referring to both his work as a collector of antiques and his own promiscuity. He returns from his extended vacation a new man. Don't expect a lot of action here, but a sexy little tale of self-discovery. Not an adult movie, but certainly a movie for adults.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Israel Drazin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 17, 2010
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This is a superb French film with English subtitles that borders on being artistic, certainly causing viewers to think, besides enjoying what they see. There are at least three themes: the value of a bohemian life, free gratification of sex, and relationships.

We are introduced to Haydee at the outset of the film. The camera watches Haydee for more than a few minutes as she walks a beach in the slimmest of bikinis. She seems engrossed in thought, somewhat sad, feeling alone. The camera dwells on each part of her beautiful body, feel, legs, stomach, breasts, arms, neck, and face. She is very attractive and graceful.

We then meet a handsome man, Adrien. We see his flat stomach frequently and his chest and face. He tells his friends that he wants to leave England, go to a friend's chateau in France, and do nothing in seclusion, for his friend is not there.

Haydee visits and is allowed to stay. She is with a boy and has noisy sex with him nightly. Adrien chases the boy away because of the noise. Haydee seems indifferent, and has male friends pick her up every night, a different one each night, and does not return until morning. Adrien sees her as a collector of men; hence the title of the film. He acts as if he is indifferent, but comes to think that Haydee is trying to seduce him.

At the end of the film Haydee agrees to sleep with him. Will he do so? If not, why not? What does Adrien need? Haydee says that she never gets what she wants. What does Haydee really want or need? Will she ever get it?
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