|Writers||Jeanne Labrune (writer)
|Cast||Nathalie Baye Daniel Duval Jean-Pierre Darroussin Peter Bonke Philippe Khorsand Hubert Saint-Macary Elisabeth Commelin Michel Danieli Saïda Bekkouche Philippe Cariou Vincent Nemeth Sylvie Granotier Sabry Tei Kristina|
|Plot||Muriel, a writer nearing 50 whose older lover won't live with her in Paris, meets a man on a train - Samuel, an Arab. He's attracted to her and pursues her, dropping in, asserting himself. She's willing to connect. He's passionate, then boorish, then jealous and possessive. He seems fixed on "Who's the strongest?," while she wants respect and trust. She's self-possessed as well as sexually charged, willing to laugh, and alternately firm and forgiving. He has little money, no immigration papers, few prospects, and a gambling jag. What does each want, and why does she stick with it? Is this colonial strife, war between the sexes, or a love story?... see Si je t'aime, prends garde à toi on IMDb|
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|Jeanne Labrune wrote and directed this French psychological drama that begins on a train Samuel (Daniel Duval) eyes a sleeping woman, Muriel (Nathalie Baye), and peppers her with personal questions when she awakens. Muriel has just been dropped by her older lover, so it's not long before Samuel becomes a presence in her apartment. Only problem - as Muriel realizes the demented Samuel has drawn her into an abusive relationship, she is simultaneously attracted to him and frightened of him.|
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