dir. Eric Rohmer
£6.00 (£4.50 conc.)
Doors 6:30pm - Film 7:30pm
With Valentine’s Day making its imposing presence known in February, we are celebrating, commiserating, ridiculing and generally contemplating all types of Love with our month long season.
The narrator (Jean-Louis), a devout Catholic, moves to a provincial town and vows to marry Francoise, a pretty blond he notices at mass.
However, Vidal, an old school friend, invites him to visit the recently divorced Maud, and the narrator ends up staying the night, having philosophical discussions in her bedroom…
Famously described by Roget Ebert as the best film he’d seen on the subjects of love, body language and “the games people play” this classic will tantalise your senses and your mind.