The Man Who Loved Women (1977)

Can't Have Them All

Bertrand (Charles Denner) observes all types of women walking around town and can’t help but to desire them all.

Directed by François Truffaut.

Released in 1977 by MGM.

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  • primary-genre: Comedy
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  • primary-occasion: Night on the Town
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  • prop: Cigarette
  • prop: Dog
  • prop: Typewriter
  • setting: Street
  • setting: Sidewalk
  • theme: Sex / Sensuality
  • theme: Dating
  • theme: Attraction
  • theme: Romance
  • actor: Charles Denner
  • director: François Truffaut
  • producer: François Truffaut
  • producer: Marcel Berbert
  • cinematographer: Néstor Almendros
  • editor: Martine Barraqué
  • costume-designer: Monique Dury
  • production-designer: Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko
  • role-name: Bertrand Morane
  • screenwriter: François Truffaut
  • screenwriter: Michel Fermaud
  • screenwriter: Suzanne Schiffman
  • year: 1977
  • studio: MGM