Sophie's Ways

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Sophie's Ways

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Sophie's Ways

Release Date: February 01, 1971

Year    :   1971
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Genres    :   Drama, Comedy
Production Companies    :   S.N. Prodis, Saroy Films, Les Films de la Licorne
Director    :   Moshé Mizrahi
Producers    :   Hubert Mérial, Armand Tabuteau, Jean-Pierre Venet, Michel Cousin, Michel Cousin, Jean-Claude Baudon, Jean-Claude Baudon, Samuel Roy, Graziella Bassi
Writers    :   Moshé Mizrahi, Christiane Rochefort, Christiane Rochefort, Christiane Rochefort
RunTime    :   97 mins.

Céline is a free-spirited woman is married to a dull, middle manager Philippe. Her husband's co-worker pegged her as a household ornament because of the union. She befriends a woman who shows her how to juggle the couple's living expenses to get what she wants. As she asserts her independence and gradually frees herself from her husband's claustrophobic world, she turns to painting and writing about the inequity between genders.


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