A Man and a Woman (1966)
Some clip of that movie in that one.
Yves Montand mentions Claude Lelouch and this film.
"Ein Mann und eine Frau" is advertised in front of a cinema.
Nellie has seen the film.
The movie (A Man and a Woman) that disillusioned Harvey on marriage and that he is watching when Oscar finds him in the theatre. The film's soundtrack is heard in this episode.
Nellie goes to see the film during the Wakes Week holidays.
English name of the movie seen on a cinema marquee.
Main theme is played on a TV.
Title mentioned by Philip.
A couple listen to the soundtrack in the car and mention loving it.
There is a poster for the film in the cinema.
title mentioned by characters
Poster is shown in Larry's apartment.
A character discusses the film
Caroline goes to the movies alone to see "A Man and A Woman".
Film poster on the wall of Barbara's apartment.
Ross and his date watch this movie at her place.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article ("A Man And A Woman").
The movie's theme music is played when Steve and Jerry arrive in France.
"A Man and a Woman" is visible in a magazine article.
The theme is played during the dating service introductions.
Mentioned by name
Last shot freeze-frame as the two lead characters embrace with a kiss in a train station.
When Lucas tell Francis he's going to Etretat with Thomas, Francis replies "By the sea ? Thomas and you ? Chabadabada ..."
Before their date, two characters are crooning for themselves a theme from this French film.
The movie's theme music is playing while Howard has his fantasy.
DVD jacket shown in the video library at the beginning of the movie.
Poster appears in Eleanor's room
poster on bedroom wall
Mentioned by Nick.
Potapov and his mistress watch Claude Lelouch's movie on TV
Featured on TV during the police examination of Luka, the main character
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
clip shown on tv
The couple from Lelouch's segment watch this film at the cinema.
A sequence near the end includes a mockup version of the theme from "Un homme et une femme."