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Renowned French director François Truffaut is "at the top of his form" (The Hollywood Reporter) in this whimsical, lively story about an eccentric casanova who loves every woman he meetsliterally! Irresistibly "charming" (Leonard Maltin) and "witty" (Independent Film Journal), thisplayful romantic comedy is heartwarming, hilarious and highly entertaining! Bertrand Morane (Charles Denner) is a ladies' man like no other. Wholly obsessed with the female species, he goesto outrageous lengths for the prospect of a fleeting romantic encounter. But when he documents all of his passionate flings in a racy autobiography, he piques the interestboth personally and professionallyof a beautiful and provocative editor named Genevieve (Brigitte Fossey). And as the two begin to play the game of proverbial predator and prey, Bertrand is surprised to discover that he might just be the one who gets trapped by true love!
Excellent and well made movie.
I love it, nice cover.
Recommend it highly.
I enjoyed the film which catalogs the activity of a man obsessed with the conquest of the female. The plot moved along quite nicely and the main character, although quite taken... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gregory E. Martin
I swear that I mind this film every time I "second-thought" regarding the importance of one woman for life. Read morePublished 18 months ago by PINKY
French movie. Title say it all. Great story and well play. I highly recommend it, you will spend a good timePublished 20 months ago by Didier R. Chaumillon
People who bash this movie please be silent!!!
This master-piece of 1970's French cinema should be in the DVD collection of every gentleman-like-womanizer. Read more
I loved this film which unfold a man obsession with women, with charm and subtle humour. We are surrounded by this passion and be able to enter into the fears and raptures of the... Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by Consuelo Garrido
Premise and story ok, but not gritty enough.
Disappointing in hindsight.
Maybe good for its time.
Women beautiful, but never a hair out of place.
Although the film is a classic, it is very dated and painful to watch for the average American viewer. Messages is not decipherable for USPublished on December 4, 2012 by Hartmut Heep
François Truffaut's The Man Who Loved Women is a pornographic film masquerading as feminism. It is pornography in the etymological sense of "depicting women as harlots". Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Owen Lloyd