|Directed by||Eric Rohmer|
|Written by||Eric Rohmer|
|Company||New Yorker FilmsNew Yorker FilmsNew Yorker Films|
"It is impossible to think of nothing." Rohmer's Comedies and Proverbs series begins with the misunderstandings of youthful obsession, the vagaries of chance encounters, and Paris, always. When a law student (Philippe Marlaud) sees his girlfriend (Marie Rivière) step out of her apartment with her ex, he trails the man around the city, fearing the worst. But his private fears in public places are put into delightful perspective by an impish younger student (Anne-Laure Meury) he runs into.
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