- Jean Quentin
- André Chazel
- Richard Lemieuvre as Richard Allan
- Hubert Géral
A man is walking along the Champ de Mars and the Trocadéro in Paris. He and his wife (off-voices) tell about their poor life as a couple. He is impotent and she spends her time looking for adventure. She sees her lover in hotels or on a barge on the river Seine. She is seen with two men in the country, with a female partner by a path. Coming home late she says she was lost in the woods. The husband's off-voice says that he is perfectly aware of all this and actually manipulates his wife to get her to make love where HE wants her to. Comment: Reviewed as a poorly-edited film whose scenes were probably shot at the same time as another film (Pensionnaires très expertes) released the previous year. The off-voices were obviously used to give sense (unsuccessfully though) to the disparate scenes.
From a review originally published in La Saison Cinematographique 1981, translated by Prophilo.