Sabine (Béatrice Romand), a 25 year old arts student, is having an affair with a married man, Simon (Féodor Atkine). When she realises that he will never leave his wife for her, Sabine decides to go out and find herself a husband. At a wedding party, her friend Clarisse (Arielle Dombasle) introduces her to a 25 year old lawyer named Edmond (André Dussollier). In an instant, Sabine decides that Edmond is the man she will marry, but he disappears before they have a chance to speak properly together. Obsessed with the idea of marrying Edmond, Sabine repeatedly calls him, not realising that marriage is the last thing on Edmond's mind....
Disappointing and annoying. In the same vain as a Woody Allen movie; looking at the mindset of the characters and how they fit (or do not fit) together. The trouble with this, is the main character is such a spoilt child in an adult’s body, who sulks and tantrums so much you want to dislike her and press the fast forward button: Which I did! Poor acting from Beatrice Romand doesn’t do it any favours either.
My first watch of a film by this director, but this is not an intelligent one.