On the director, Eric Rohmer:

"A Rohmer film is a flavor that, once tasted, cannot be mistaken," wrote Roger Ebert in 2001. "Like the Japanese master Ozu, with whom he is sometimes compared, he is said to make the same film every time. Yet, also like Ozu, his films seem individual and fresh and never seem to repeat themselves; both directors focus on people rather than plots, and know that every person is a startling original while most plots are more or less the same."

Meet us in the lobby about 15 minutes ahead of time or look for the group inside the theater or meet us afterward not too far from the ticket office.

7:00PM Dinner/Discussion at L'Albatros

 11401 Bellflower Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106  [masked]


Éric Rohmer’s delightful comedy consists of four different vignettes involving two friends, country girl Reinette and city girl Mirabelle. Reinette, an aspiring painter with principles, and Mirabelle, a pragmatic ethnology student, share a flat in Paris but react to the people they encounter (an obnoxious waiter, a kleptomaniac, a pompous art dealer) in very different ways. “A tiny miracle.” –The Holt Foreign Film Guide. Subtitles. 95 min. 


--Reinette is the country mouse and Mirabelle the city mouse, apposite figures whose mundane adventures, like buying a cup of coffee, provoke philosophical discussions about honesty, charity and art....the philosophical questions do not yield answers; they define character.

  --Every day we are confronted by myriads of choices that require no thought; others demand more careful ethical consideration. Writer and director Eric Rohmer does a remarkable job revealing the different values of these two young women from divergent worlds. The message in this film: our moral perspective does have an impact on the quality of our lives, and the way we treat others is a key to our character.



 4 Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle_PC_BAMcinematek_The Film


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  • Carol P.

    The movie was interesting, different. The food Excellent. The company and conversation as always a delight.

    March 18, 2012

  • Lynda

    I had a wonderful time. After thinking about the movie, I believe that humor comes off better when subtitles are not needed. Nevertheless, I had a few laughs. Enjoyed visiting the French countryside and the Paris of a few decades ago.

    March 18, 2012

  • Renu

    The movie was pleasant but provoked little or no discussion. However, the food, the service and, most of all, the company was delightful! Thank you all for a great evening!

    March 18, 2012

  • George

    Pleasant movie, great dinner with great folks!

    March 18, 2012

  • Michael

    A series of 4 short films with the same characters. Other the the waiter, which was hilarious, I found them to be very highbrow with underlying deep themes. Somewhat typical of french cinema and an example of why most Americans don't get foreign films.
    Interesting, but that's about it.

    March 18, 2012

  • Jims

    Saw it Thursday. Rather humorous. A bit like Jerry Seinfeld speaking in French

    1 · March 16, 2012

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