Full Moon in Paris
|Full Moon in Paris|
|Directed by||Éric Rohmer|
|Produced by||Margaret Ménégoz|
|Written by||Eric Rohmer|
|Music by||Elli et Jacno|
Full Moon in Paris (French: Les Nuits de la pleine lune) is a 1984 French film directed and written by Éric Rohmer. The film stars Pascale Ogier, Tchéky Karyo and Fabrice Luchini. The score is by Elli et Jacno.
Full Moon in Paris was Rohmer's fourth installment in his Comedies and Proverbs series. The story opens with the proverb "Qui a deux femmes perd son âme, qui a deux maisons perd sa raison" ("He who has two women loses his soul. He who has two houses loses his mind.")
Louise lives in Marne-la-Vallée, the Parisian suburbs, with Rémi, but still wants to hold on to the freedom of her single life, so she sets up a second home as a pied-à-terre in the centre of Paris.
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