Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The French Love Without Pity strikes different people different ways. To some, it's the last word in profundity; to others, it's a subtitled yawnfest. We suggest that you judge for yourself this story of low-down louse Hippolyte Girardot, who regards the women in his life as little more that doormats upon which to wipe his feet. It's "just deserts" time when Girardot falls head over heels for Mireille Perrier, who proceeds to treat him like dirt.
brother, Casanova, drug-dealer, coming-of-age, love, on-the-run, romance, France
High Artistic Quality, High Historical Importance