The Aviator's Wife
The Aviator's Wife

The Aviator's Wife

A film by Eric Rohmer

François loves Anne. However, his nightshift job at the post office means they rarely get to spend much time together. One day, he sees her leaving home with her ex, Christian, who had come to break up with her for good. Reeling from the news, Anne lets François fall prey to his jealous imagination. Obsessed with the idea that she may have cheated on him, François decides to stay up all night. As he wanders, desolate, through the streets of Paris, he comes across his rival sitting in a café with a blonde-haired woman. Intrigued, he follows them. A young woman catches on to what he’s up to and accosts him in an alley of the Buttes-Chaumont.

With Marie Rivière, Philippe Marlaud, Anne-Laure Meury, Mathieu Carrière,

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— director
Eric Rohmer
— cast
Marie Rivière, Philippe Marlaud, Anne-Laure Meury, Mathieu Carrière,
— producers
Les Films du Losange
— duration
1h41
— production year
1981
— release date france
November 15, 1981
— nationality
France
— screenplay
Eric Rohmer
— genre
a feature film
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— format
1.33
— length
2902 m
— sound format
Mono
— cinematographer
Bernard Lutic et Romain Winding
— sound
Georges Prat
— editing
Cécile Decugis
— music
Jean-Louis Valero
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