Claude Berri abandons his usual straightforward brand of filmmaking for the French I Love All of You. Catherine Deneuve plays a 35-year-old career woman who doesn't think she has time for a lasting relationship. Thus, her love life has been, and probably always will be, a series of trysts and one-night stands. The Alain Resnais-like continuity hopscotches between past, present and future as Deneuve ruminates on her empty emotional life. Originally titled Je Vous Aime, the film is also known as I Love You All (which sounds like something Scarlett O'Hara might say).
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