An Autumn Tale

Eric Rohmer's romantic comedy concludes his film cycle "The Tales of the four Seasons". Set in Southern France, where a lonely woman (Beatrice Romand), who runs her family's winery, longs for male companionship. Friends try to help her find a mate that includes her ex-lover, a college philosophy professor. This sophisticated sparkler also stars Marie Riviere and Alain Libolt.

Year: 1998
Genre: Foreign Language Films, French Cinema, Film Festivals 2000
Country: France
Director: Eric Rohmer
Starring: Marie Riviere, Beatrice Romand, Alain Libolt
Duration: 107 Minutes
Rating: G
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (France)
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