Chloe in the Afternoon (1972) Poster

Frédérique Hender: Mme. M.


  • Mme. M. : Your occupations are more closely aligned, aren't they?

    Frédéric : Hélène knows nothing about my work.

    Chloé : He doesn't even know the title of my thesis.

    Frédéric : Though you did get me interested in English again. I'm reading about Captain Cook's exciting adventures in the original.

  • Mme. M. : Your wife is terrific too. She's great. You're really lucky. Don't go cheating on her now.

    Frédéric : Don't worry. I don't intend to.

    Mme. M. : I wouldn't bet on it. Not the way you look at girls.

    Frédéric : What girls?

    Mme. M. : All the girls. In bars, in the street, you're secretaries. I've seen the little smiles.

  • Frédéric : Milena had me in a blindfold. I was her slave. But now I trust Hélène and she trusts me. We allow each other to look around. I needn't account for every thought, word or deed. And she needn't either.

    Mme. M. : I think you're keeping your exits open. Not for right now, but even the prettiest woman gets boring.

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