Rohmer x 3:
The Aviator’s Wife

Director: Éric Rohmer
France / 1981 / 106 min
In French with English subtitles

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Live Screening followed by a conversation with Marie Rivière, Mary Stephen, and filmmaker Matías Piñeiro. Digital premiere of new restoration.

The inaugural film of Éric Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs” cycle, The Aviator’s Wife is a fleecy farce of romantic overanalysis that finds the director exploring the possibilities of handheld camerawork in following a narrative expression of the opening epigraph: “It is impossible to think of nothing.” A young man sees his girlfriend’s ex leaving her apartment one early morning, and his imagination is off to the races, as stars Philippe Marlaud and Marie Rivière introduce a younger, less perfectly articulate type of Rohmer character than those of the “Moral Tales.”

A Metrograph Pictures release.