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Rated PG · 95 minutes

The eternal feminine, circa 1957, in the person of an amoral young woman (Brigitte Bardot) who plows her way through a succession of men—innocent Jean-Louis Trintignant, wealthy Curt Jurgens, misogynist Christian Marquand. The first feature of director Roger Vadim, this was an inspiring example to the young French critics who would soon emerge as the New Wave; produced cheaply and independently, it pointed to a way around the closed-off system of production that was then the French cinema. Today it has turned largely to camp, though Bardot remains a startlingly frank erotic presence.

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