Fontaine Le Glou is a thirty-something woman with everything that a thirty-something woman could want – a good physique, a well-paid job in a psychiatric clinic and an attentive lover named Michel Strogoff. Yet is it enough? One day, she accosts a man in the street whom she thinks is stalking her. He says he isn’t and they arrange a time to meet up again. Alas, he is already married, so that’s that. Then Fontaine notices another man, Philippe, and finds herself strangely attached to him when he becomes one of her patients. When Michel offers to marry her, Fontaine hesitates, unsure whether he really is the man for her or just a passing phenomenon in her crowded life. –filmsdefrance.com
Absurd and fun tale from director Sophie Fillieres that acts as a showcase for the wonderful Emmanuelle Devos who perfectly fits the other worldliness of the film. Kooky but never quaint tale find Devos trying to come to turns with the men in her life especially her proposing live-in boyfriend and a mental patient played by Lambert Wilson. A fun watch with a definite feminine tone.