The Man Who Had His Hair Cut Short
Directed by Andre Delvaux
Oh my goodness, is it true Amanda? You are back? I cried every night that you were gone!
Yes, it is true, dear readers: I have returned. I was unable to find this movie anywhere, which brought operations to a screeching halt, since I go through The Book chronologically. I finally got it on Amazon for the outrageous price of thirty five dollars, but I put off watching it because it was such a bore. I just checked Amazon again and apparently, now it is being sold for only eleven dollars. Excuse me, while I go kick something.
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Govert Miereveld is a married professor who is in love with a younger student. As his obsession over Fran grows, it because more and more unclear if the events we are seeing are in his head or are actually happening.
Oh boy, a older unhappily married guy falling for a younger woman. Where have we seen that before? Oh, everywhere? Right. I can't even justify this as being the start of this trope, because Lolita was first.
Sorry for the short review, but I don't really have a whole lot to say on this one. It is not worth the trouble of getting a hold of it. I suppose the acting was pretty good. The Man was just okay, but the Hair was fantastic.
Made for television but released theatrically when it received positive reviews.