Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Si Tu Veux (If You Wish It) was tailored to the unique talents of French comic actor Armand Bernard. The story is set in motion when Bernard sends a letter of appreciation to Jeanne Botel, his favorite female author. The letter has a profound influence on Botel's latest work -- and on her budding relationship with Monsieur Bernard. The plot and comedy are enhanced by an excellent musical score, with the actors bursting into song at the drop of a hat, in the tradition of Rene Clair. Aimed at provincial audiences, Si Tu Veux contained plenty of entertainment value even for sophisticated urban filmgoers.