A Tale of Winter

The second installment of “Tales of the Four Seasons” is among the most spiritual and emotional films of Rohmer’s storied career. Five years after losing touch with Charles (Frédéric van den Driessche), the love of her life and the father of her young daughter, Félicie (Charlotte Véry) attempts to choose between librarian Loïc (Hervé Furic), who lives in the Parisian suburbs, or hairdresser Maxence (Michel Voletti), who has recently moved to Nevers. In the midst of indecision Félicie holds to an undying faith that a miracle will reunite her with Charles, a faith that Rohmer examines in all of its religious dimensions and philosophical ramifications. Directed by Eric Rohmer. (France, 1992, 114m)

Eric Rohmer
Charlotte Véry
Frédéric van den Driessche
Michel Voletti

"If one person can rightly be called the father of the French New Wave, it’s Eric Rohmer." - Richard Brody, The New Yorker

"A philosophical love story for each season of the year." - Dave Kehr, The New York Times