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Nelly ist mit ihrem aufbrausenden, aber reichen Ehemann André schon lange nicht mehr glücklich. Als sie den charmanten Herumtreiber Louis, genannt Loulou, kennenlernt, beschließt sie, ihren erfolgreichen Mann zu verlassen und mit Louis'. Der Loulou ist ein französischer Spielfilm von Maurice Pialat aus dem Jahr Die Hauptrollen in dem Sozialdrama spielen Isabelle Huppert und Gérard. In einer Vorstadtdisco lernt Nelly, eine junge bürgerliche Frau, den charmanten Herumtreiber Louis, genannt Loulou, kennen. In ihrer Beziehung zu André. F Loulou und Nelly lernen sich in einer Disko kennen. Obwohl Nelly mit ihrem Freund André gekommen ist, landet sie mit Loulou im Bett. Die beiden. In einer Disco lernt Nelly den charmanten Herumtreiber Louis, genannt Loulou, kennen. Nelly ist fasziniert von dem unkonventionellen Typ, der ihre Sehnsücht.
Doch als sie den proletarischen Lebenskünstler Loulou kennenlernt, verlässt sie André. Der ebenso charmante wie sinnliche Loulou war. F Loulou und Nelly lernen sich in einer Disko kennen. Obwohl Nelly mit ihrem Freund André gekommen ist, landet sie mit Loulou im Bett. Die beiden. In einer Disco lernt Nelly den charmanten Herumtreiber Louis, genannt Loulou, kennen. Nelly ist fasziniert von dem unkonventionellen Typ, der ihre Sehnsücht.
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Maurice Pialat's portrait of contemporary France mocks prosperity as a substitute for social and sexual revolution. Nelly abandons her bourgeois friends and a steady relationship for the unemployed layabout Loulou, whose charms include focusing his energy into sex.
Director Maurice Pialat's film is more an exercise in star power than any presentation of narrative, with Isabelle Huppert leaving her husband Guy Marchand for the leather-clad ex-con ruffian Loulou played by Depardieu.
Even though the tone takes its cue from the character of Loulou as a womanising drifter, the low key seemingly improvised rambling scenes are preferable to the gab-fests of Eric Rohmer, who is responsible for the negative connotations associated with French films by Americans.
This film is actually mistitled since although it is Depardieu that is the catalyst for Huppert to change her life, the story is more hers than his.
Or perhaps it is that the representation of her crumbling marriage that is more dramatically interesting than Depardieu's "loafing".
If Loulou's character is sketched thinly that may to keep him as an enigma, the mysterious bad-boy that women always seem to prefer.
And although we can see how limiting Depardieu's world is to Huppert, we also understand her attraction to him, highlighted by a silent image of the couple stumbling down a street in a drunken embrace.
Pialat's best moments involve scenes of violence interrupting - a family get together soured by jealousy, the loud music of a disco drowning out shouting, and a brawl between Depardieu and Marchand in a courtyard with a following drink together as evidence of the French form of civilised behaviour.
Huppert also has an early scene with Marchand where the camera follows his pursuit and humiliation of her, and here Huppert's anger invalidates the myth of her as a passive performer.
The film also shows us footage of her laughing, which is unusual since her situations are usually so glum, and she is funny when she yells in shocked reaction to being hit, in the famous love scene where the bed collapses, and when she falls in the street by accident.
Pialat also gives Marchand a laugh by having him resort to playing the saxophone in depression. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Isabelle Huppert Loulou Guy Marchand Michel Bernard Tronczak Dominique Jacqueline Dufranne When Loulou and his gang take her to Sunday lunch with his mother, there is a frightening confrontation with his psychotic brother-in-law who starts firing a shotgun.
Realising at last the impossibility of having the child in such an environment, Nelly has an abortion. Loulou is hurt, but the film ends as it began with the two staggering home drunk.
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