L’important c’est d’aimer
You can take a step back in time, when you watch L’important c’est d’aimer, which is French for “the most important thing is love.”
Romy Schneider gives a fantastic performance as the star of the film, so it’s easy to get caught up in the story.
The film was originally released in 1975, so it definitely has a vintage feel to it.
However, the story feels especially relevant today with all that we are learning about the movie industry during that time period.
As you have probably guessed, the film is in French and has English subtitles.
It isn’t rated, but I would recommend it for older teens and adults.
The Most Important Thing Is Love
Release Date 6/16/20
Romy Schneider delivers a César Award-winning performance as a down-on-her-luck actress in L’important c’est d’aimer.
Forced to earn a living by accepting demeaning roles negotiated by her erratic husband, Nadine Chevalier encounters tabloid photographer Servais on the set of her latest film.
Desperate to win her affections, Servais secretly uses money borrowed from a shady associate to bankroll her next project, a production of Richard III with Nadine starring opposite the maniacal German thespian Karl-Heinz Zimmer.
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