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Amour et confusions

A Feature film by Patrick Braoudé

Produced by Légende

Release in France : 05/02/1997

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A man and a woman make love. This isn't just for sex, it's the start of a genuine love affair. Sarah and Dan are made for each other. They have no doubts about that. This sort of thing comes along only once in a lifetime. In the early morning, Sarah gets discreetly out of bed. She dresses and decides to slip away before Dan opens his eyes. She is happy, so happy that she is afraid. Afraid of having been fooled... like many other women. That's why she decides to go after leaving her phone number of a trinket that they won together the previous day at a fair. She leaves... but with the hope, almost the conviction, that she will have a phone-call from Dan during the day. He wakes up in turn. He hears a sound in the living-room. He thinks it's Sarah and stages a comic entrance to make her laugh. But it isn't Sarah, it's the cleaning woman. The latter, panicked by Dan's sudden intrusion, drops the trinket that shatters to smithereens...


I'm all for love. For the return of genuine and sincere love between men and women. "Amour et confusions" is not a pro-feminist or pro-male movie. It simply deals with the problems people face, the sentimental quagmire that we have sunken into following the women's liberation movements. They helped us break out of an intolerable situation that could'nt go on but we haven't built up anything to replace it...

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Executive Producer :

Ilan Goldman

Director of Photography :

Philippe Pavans de Cecatty

Press Attaché (film) :

Dominique Segall

Production Designer :

Emmanuel Sorin

Costume designer :

Mimi Lempicka

Post-production supervisor :

Vanessa Fourgeaud

Adapters/dialogue writers :

Patrick Braoudé, Ticky Holgado

Production Manager :

Jérôme Chalou

Editor :

Yves Deschamps

Music Composer :

Jacques Davidovici

Still Photographer :

David Koskas

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Feature film

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100% French

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1 h 40 min

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Montreal World Film Festival - 1997

Montreal World Film Festival (Canada, 1997)


Cinema of Tomorrow

Tokyo- French Film Festival - 1997

Tokyo- French Film Festival (Japan, 1997)


Feature Films