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Two brothers fall for the same woman in Diane Kurys' historical melodrama set in both 1950s and 1980s Lyon. When a writer (noted French actress Sylvie Testud) decides to write a screenplay about her parents, she discovers a photograph of her mother and a man she does not recognize. What follows is the filmmaker's semi-autobiographical tale of a postwar ménage-à-trois between a Jewish tailor, his mysterious brother and a young mother.

Romance and suspense combine to create an absorbing, emotionally driven story by the director of such pivotal films as Entre nous and C'est la vie.

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
1001 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
https://www.mfah.org/films/woman/

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Tickets are $10; MFAH members, senior adults, students with ID and JCC members receive a $2 discount.
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