The man who loved women
Film directed by : Ftrançois Truffaut, writing credits : Michel Fermaud, Suzanne Schiffman, François Truffaut, produced by : Marcel Berbert, François Truffaut, les films du Carrosse, United Artists, cinematography : Nestor Almendros, film editing : Martine Barraque, cast : Charles Denner, Brigitte Fossey, Nelly Bourgeaud, Geneviève Fontanel, Leslie Caron, Nathalie Baye, ..., 120 mn, (1977).
The film director François Truffaut filmes in 1976 "The man who loved women" a subversive movie different from our time leaded by #MeToo and the radical feminism. A scientist names Bernard Marane (Charles Denner) love women until madness because his own mother doesn't love him during his childhood. He does so for finding the love he has never recieved. Seducing women whatever are their backgrounds or personalities stay a need for living. Bernard Marane accumulates many experiences and records them inside his own memory. He follows the purpose writing a book dealing only about women without speaking sex. The film director François Truffaut doesn't depict Marane as a womanizer but rather as a man who sometimes looks like him (same clothes) and was shy with women. The women seduced by Marane know how building a equality inside the seduction game and highlighting the woman desire like the publisher performs by Brigitte Fossey does.