Les amantsDVD - 2008 | French
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Indeed, Jeanne Tournier knew nothing about polo. At times she accompanied her friend Maggy. Friends from childhood, they were both provincials by birth and by education. But while Maggy had married and now led an exciting life in Paris, Jeanne had stayed in Dijon to wed Henri Tournier, publisher of the Burgundy Monitor. Henri loved his wife but devoted most of his time to his newspaper. She spent several years living this way. Encouraged by her husband, she'd recently taken to visiting
Maggy twice a month in Paris.
When I think of you and me, I'm always worried. Perhaps that's what love is.
Maggy knows these things. She says if you're not a great beauty, you must have a look.
-But you don't need a look. You have a husband.
Who hardly notices me.
In Paris, life forges its own path! And leaves you stranded.
The magic of love:
"The moon rising in cloudless skies,
"suddenly bathed her in its silver beam."
-Whom do you mean?
"She saw her image glowing in my eyes.
"Her smile like an angel's did gleam."
"The night is beautiful."
"The night is woman."
Love can be born in a single glance. In an instant, Jeanne felt all shame and awkwardness die away. She couldn't hesitate. There's no resisting happiness.
Let's get out of here. No, don't take anything
Did you know him before?
-Shut up, Maggy, and don't try to understand. You never will.
They set off on a long journey, aware of its uncertainties, unsure of ever recapturing the happiness of that first night. Already, in the treacherous dawn hours, Jeanne had doubted herself. She was afraid, but she had no regrets.
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