The doctor in this film receives flowers every day, and comes to believe that they come from a woman who, he thinks, harbors some grievance. Tip: Opera buffs may understand a mistake. This film ranked a moderate 26th place out of 55 for the audience award. The director was 51 when the film was made, and being about 60 myself I can't help thinking that this film is about aging of men and dealing with it more than anything else. But where Sautet cast a non-too critical eye over the lives and loves of the bourgeoisie, Claudel depicts a group of people irritatingly smug in their selfish acceptance of the privilege that comes with their money and status. Unfortunately, the - near - ending is very abrupt and may disturb the audiences. She has typically not enough on her hands other than waiting for her husband to come home.
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