Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Les Fruits de L'Ete (Fruits of Summer) serves as a vehicle for the venerable Edwige Feuillere. The thinnish storyline is little more than a series of romantic misunderstandings, each one sillier than the last. Throughout, the characters try to observe the correct social proprieties despite all the chaos occurring around them. Towards the end, the film takes a dramatic turn, but the audience is assured that all will turn out well. The bulk of the amorous complications are handled by Etchika Choureau as a frisky young lass and Claude Nicot as her collar-ad suitor.
complications, love, relationship