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1966

Un homme et une femme

Directed by Claude Lelouch

Synopsis

See it with someone you love!

A man and a woman meet by accident on a Sunday evening at their childrens' boarding school. Slowly, they reveal themselves to each other, finding that each is a widow.

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Cast

Anouk Aimée Jean-Louis Trintignant Pierre Barouh Valérie Lagrange Antoine Sire Souad Amidou Henri Chemin Yane Barry Paul Le Person Simone Paris Gérard Sire Gérard Larrousse Clive Roberts Jean Collomb

DirectorDirector

Claude Lelouch

ProducersProducers

Claude Lelouch Roger Fleytoux

WritersWriters

Claude Lelouch Pierre Uytterhoeven

EditorsEditors

Claude Barrois Claude Lelouch

CinematographyCinematography

Claude Lelouch

Assistant DirectorAsst. Director

Claude Gorsky

LightingLighting

Jean Collomb Patrice Pouget

Additional PhotographyAdd. Photography

Daniel Lacambre

Production DesignProduction Design

Robert Luchaire

Special EffectsSpecial Effects

Jean Beylieu

ComposerComposer

Francis Lai

SongsSongs

Pierre Barouh Nicole Croisille

SoundSound

Jean Baronnet Michel Fano

Costume DesignCostume Design

Richard Marvil

HairstylingHairstyling

Jacques Cousty Denise Lemoigne

Studio

Les Films 13

Country

France

Language

French

Alternative Titles

Мужчина и женщина, 男欢女爱, 男与女, Mies ja nainen, 남과 여, Vīrietis un sieviete, 男と女, Un uomo, una donna, Ein Mann und eine Frau, Egy férfi és egy nő, 一个男人和一个女人, Un hombre y una mujer, Um Homem, Uma Mulher, גבר ואישה, Един мъж и една жена, Bir Erkek ve Bir Kadın, Kobieta i mężczyzna, Muž a žena, Vyras ir moteris, 男歡女愛, Чоловік і жінка, یک مرد و یک زن, En man och en kvinna

Genres

Drama Romance

Themes

Humanity and the world around us Captivating relationships and charming romance Passion and romance Charming romances and delightful chemistry Powerful poetic and passionate drama Adrenaline-fueled action and fast cars Show All…

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Premiere

10 May 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (3)FranceCannes FilmFestival

30 Jul 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (4)SwitzerlandLocarno FilmFestival

20 Apr 1998
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (5)SingaporeSingapore International FilmFestival

14 May 2016
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (6)France(digitally restored version) (Cannes Film Festival)

15 Oct 2016
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (7)USA(digitally restored version) (Chicago International FilmFestival)

Theatrical limited

09 Dec 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (8)Spain

12 Dec 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (9)Spain

27 Jan 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (10)Spain

Theatrical

27 May 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (11)FranceU
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (12)Hong Kong

02 Jun 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (13)Belgium

12 Jul 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (14)USA

23 Aug 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (15)Sweden

01 Sep 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (16)Australia

02 Sep 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (17)Finland

15 Sep 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (18)Italy

15 Oct 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (19)Japan

25 Oct 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (20)Germany

13 Dec 1966
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (21)Denmark

15 Jan 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (22)UK

09 Feb 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (23)Portugal

16 Mar 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (24)Mexico

26 Mar 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (25)Colombia

17 Apr 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (26)Brazil

01 Jun 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (27)Uruguay

01 Sep 1967
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (28)Czechia

01 Jan 1968
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (29)USSR

22 Feb 1968
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (30)Hungary

23 Feb 1968
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (31)Ireland

10 May 1968
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (32)Germany

23 Nov 1968
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (33)Argentina

01 Mar 1969
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (34)Turkey

13 Feb 1976
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (35)Finland

03 Oct 1979
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (36)South Korea15

06 Aug 2009
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (37)Greece

08 Jul 2016
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (38)Israel

22 May 2019
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (39)France

02 Jul 2020
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (40)Netherlands

Physical

01 Jan 2000
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (41)Brazil14

TV

13 Oct 1984
  • A Man and a Woman (1966) (42)Spain

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A Man and a Woman (1966) (43)Argentina
23 Nov 1968
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (44)Australia
01 Sep 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (45)Belgium
02 Jun 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (46)Brazil
17 Apr 1967
  • Theatrical
01 Jan 2000
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A Man and a Woman (1966) (47)Colombia
26 Mar 1967
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (48)Czechia
01 Sep 1967
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (49)Denmark
13 Dec 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (50)Finland
02 Sep 1966
  • Theatrical
13 Feb 1976
  • Theatricalre-release
A Man and a Woman (1966) (51)France
10 May 1966
  • PremiereCannes FilmFestival
27 May 1966
  • TheatricalU
14 May 2016
  • Premiere(digitally restored version) (Cannes FilmFestival)
22 May 2019
  • Theatrical(re-release) (restoredversion)
A Man and a Woman (1966) (52)Germany
25 Oct 1966
  • TheatricalWestGermany
10 May 1968
  • TheatricalEastGermany
A Man and a Woman (1966) (53)Greece
06 Aug 2009
  • Theatricalre-release
A Man and a Woman (1966) (54)Hong Kong
27 May 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (55)Hungary
22 Feb 1968
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (56)Ireland
23 Feb 1968
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (57)Israel
08 Jul 2016
  • Theatrical(digitally restored version) (Jerusalem FilmFestival)
A Man and a Woman (1966) (58)Italy
15 Sep 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (59)Japan
15 Oct 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (60)Mexico
16 Mar 1967
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (61)Netherlands
02 Jul 2020
  • Theatricaldigitally restoredversion
A Man and a Woman (1966) (62)Portugal
09 Feb 1967
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (63)Singapore
20 Apr 1998
  • PremiereSingapore International FilmFestival
A Man and a Woman (1966) (64)South Korea
03 Oct 1979
  • Theatrical15
A Man and a Woman (1966) (65)Spain
09 Dec 1966
  • Theatrical limitedMadrid
12 Dec 1966
  • Theatrical limitedBarcelona
27 Jan 1967
  • Theatrical limitedSevilla
13 Oct 1984
  • TV
A Man and a Woman (1966) (66)Sweden
23 Aug 1966
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (67)Switzerland
30 Jul 1966
  • PremiereLocarno FilmFestival
A Man and a Woman (1966) (68)Turkey
01 Mar 1969
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (69)UK
15 Jan 1967
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (70)USA
12 Jul 1966
  • Theatrical
15 Oct 2016
  • Premiere(digitally restored version) (Chicago International FilmFestival)
A Man and a Woman (1966) (71)USSR
01 Jan 1968
  • Theatrical
A Man and a Woman (1966) (72)Uruguay
01 Jun 1967
  • Theatrical

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    French cinema is truly one of humanity's greatest gifts to the world

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    god this is so f*cking tender i am dead. just completely lovely. anouk aimée and jean-louis trintignant have this quiet, easy chemistry with each other, meaning that the scenes where they are falling in love are so light and simple, and conversely it makes the sad moments sting all the more. i love how monochromatic film (both black & white and sepia) and those moments that trintignant speaks in voiceover in a low, almost-whisper tone signal moments of intense intimacy. i could listen to anouk aimée and jean-louis trintignant talk quietly to each other while claude lelouch follows that man and his dog on the beach over and over, it's all beautiful.

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    she wired, 'i love you.'

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Eventually Anne and Jean-Louis become intimate, but her memories of her husband intrude on the moment, and she leaves him. He races to catch her train as it arrives in Paris (or Rennes?). The film ends with their embrace.

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The film was shot, among others, in Paris, Monte Carlo and Deauville. The love scene was shot in the Hotel Barrière Le Normandy Deauville which, in memory of the film, has a suite entitled "A Man and a Woman".

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The ending is two women together, of course, one taking care of the other, smoking in the cold lonely woods, alone. Once again. The man made the right decision, but didn't even knock on the door to hold her one last time. He starts to run after her a year later, but the daughter needs him.

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What happens at the end of her movie? ›

Theodore finally writes a letter in his own voice to Catherine, expressing apology, acceptance, and gratitude. He later goes with Amy, who is saddened by the departure of the A.I. from Charles' O.S., to the roof of their apartment building, where they sit down and watch the sun rise over the city.

How does the movie When a man Loves a woman end? ›

Her audience is moved to tears. Her speech ends and she is surrounded by well-wishers. Out of the crowd appears Michael. At ease with himself and Alice, he explains what he missed along the way..."to listen, to really listen." They share an intense, longing, passionate kiss.

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She invites Duke to her debutante ball. They meet in a garden and head to the Debutante ball, where they are introduced, come on stage, and kiss. At the end of the film, Viola and Duke are shown playing on the soccer team of Illyria a year later, both on the first string.

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