A Faithful Man | Review

He’s an Easy Lover: Garrel Leans on Influences with Fitful Love Triangle(s)

Actor cum director Louis Garrel returns to a fussy triptych with his sophomore film A Faithful Man, wherein he’s recruited legendary scribe Jean-Claude Carriere as co-writer. With handsome support from some comely colleagues, Garrel sparks a tone which melds elements from some of his father Philippe Garrel’s recent examples of amour fou, the transgressive frivolity of Christophe Honore (who recruited the actor as his muse across a range of features), and even the snide passivity of a Woody Allen protagonist.…
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