Charlotte is young and modern, not a hair out of place, superficial, cool; she reads fashion magazines - does she have the perfect bust? She lives in a Paris suburb with her son and her husband Pierre, a pilot. Her lover is Robert, an actor. Assignations with him, dinner with her husband and a client, consulting a physician: there's tension at home, Pierre had her followed a few months before, their marital play has an edge, Pierre slaps her and apologizes. She quizzes Robert: is he acting when he's with her? Events may force her to choose Robert or Pierre. Close-ups fill the screen; is there more than surface? Her eyes tear up. The horrors of war provide a distant counterpoint.
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|Bernard Noël||Robert, the Lover|
|Philippe Leroy||Pierre, the Husband|
|Christophe Bourseiller||Nicolas (comme Chris Tophe)|
|Jean-Pierre Léaud||Assistant Art Director||
|Philippe Dussart||Production Manager|
|Ludwig Van Beethoven||Music|