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The Woman Next Door

Film Society of Lincoln Center

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The penultimate film of his directing career, François Truffaut’s domestic drama of erotic ambivalence unfolds with the taut, ominous pacing of a thriller. Gérard Depardieu plays Bernard, a happily married father who becomes fatefully entangled with a former lover, Mathilde (Fanny Ardant), when she and her husband and young son become the new tenants of a neighboring house. Bolstered by the camerawork of William Lubtchansky and a brooding, atmospheric score by Georges Delerue, The Woman Next Door is an incandescent fable of amour fou wreaking havoc on seemingly staid and stable lives in a sleepy provincial town.
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1981

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