Too Beautiful for You  

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Trop belle pour toi, also known as Too Beautiful for You in the USA, is a 1989 French comedy/drama film in which Gérard Depardieu, well established BMW car dealer in the South of France, is cheating on his beautiful wife (Carole Bouquet) with his ordinary looking temporary secretary (Josiane Balasko).

The mood is very melancholic aided by the solemn musical score by Schubert. The plot has a back-story involving the wife. There is symbolism throughout the film, such as the wife wearing black or white. The love displayed is very philosophical with no nude scenes.

It was directed and written by Bertrand Blier.




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