My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend (a.k.a. Boyfriends and Girlfriends)

  • Dir: Eric Rohmer

  • France, 1987, 102 minmins, DCP

  • Cast: Emmanuelle Chaulet, Sophie Renoir, Eric Viellard, François-Eric Gendron

“The friends of my friends are my friends.” So the proverb goes, yet the shy Blanche hesitates about her growing affection for her friend’s lover, while the self-assured Léa is blithe when she finds herself enamored with the handsome engineer, whom she initially wants to make a match for Blanche. Rohmer’s mastery of mood is impressive – swaying hearts under summer breeze, unspoken feelings lost in party fever – all delicately captured under his sympathetic observation of human foibles. A charming finale to the “Comedies and Proverbs” series, funny, insightful, and vive l’amour!


In-theatre Screening

  • 2021-01-31 (Sun)
    2021-03-20 (Sat)


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