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Title:
He loves me, he loves me not À la folie -- pas du tout
Author:
Gassot, Charles.
Edition:
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Culver City, California : Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (96 mins.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Angelique, a young student, is in love with a married doctor. She tries to convince him to leave his pregnant wife. Is the love affair the one-sided obsession of a desperate woman clinging to a hopeless dream, and turning it into a nightmare when she realizes it may not come true?
General Note:
Widescreen version.

Originally released as a motion picture in France 2002, as: À la folie, pas du tout.

For specific features see interactive menu.
Language:
French
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: PG-13.
ISBN:
9781404932111
UPC:
043396009936
Format :
DVD

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He Loves Me ... He Loves Me Not is a black comedy with a dramatic twist. Talented art student Angélique (Audrey Tautou) is wildly in love with Loïc (Samuel Le Bihan of Brotherhood of the Wolf), a married cardiologist whose wife, Rachel (Isabelle Carré) is expecting their first child. She sends him mash notes and gifts, and tells her friend, Héloïse (Sophie Guillemin of With a Friend Like Harry...) that, despite appearances, Loïc plans to leave his wife. Angélique also ignores the attentions of her lovesick friend, David (Clément Sibony), who begins to resent the way Loïc treats Angélique. As Angélique grows less discreet in her affections, Loïc's home life begins to fall apart. His wife grows suspicious, and then miscarries. His career is jeopardized when a patient accuses him of assault. All the while, Angélique is desperate to be by his side. About 40 minutes in, writer/director Laetitia Colombani's film reverses perspective, showing the preceding events from Loïc's (very different) point-of-view. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi