Boyfriends and Girlfriends
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|Boyfriends and Girlfriends|
|Directed by||Eric Rohmer|
|Produced by||Margaret Ménégoz|
|Written by||Eric Rohmer|
|Music by||Jean-Louis Valéro|
|Edited by||María Luisa García|
|Distributed by||Orion Classics (USA)|
Boyfriends and Girlfriends (French title: L'Ami de mon amie, also known as My Girlfriend's Boyfriend) is a 1987 comedy film directed by Éric Rohmer. The film stars Emmanuelle Chaulet, Sophie Renoir, Anne-Laure Meury.
Blanche is freshly installed in Cergy-Pontoise, a trendy new town near Paris. She has a new apartment, a new job with no one over and no one under her. She meets Léa at the swimming pool, and soon she meets an acquaintance of Léa, Alexandre, who she approaches somewhat awkwardly. The movie then follows the time-honored plot of exchange of relationships, as Blanche and Lea switch boyfriends.The name L'ami de mon amie would then literally mean the friend (male) of my friend (female) or perhaps the boyfriend of my girlfriend, ami meaning friend, boyfriend in this case, and amie being the female of the word ami with the same general and intended meanings.
- Emmanuelle Chaulet as Blanche
- Sophie Renoir as Lea
- Anne-Laure Meury as Adrienne
- Eric Viellard as Fabien
- François-Eric Gendron as Alexandre
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