Vivre pour Vivre (Live for Life) (1967) - Rotten Tomatoes

Vivre pour Vivre (Live for Life) (1967)





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French director Claude Lelouch followed up his hit A Man and a Woman with this tale of a love triangle set against the background of late 1960s political unrest. A French television reporter, Robert Colomb (Yves Montand), on assignment in Kenya, has an affair with a young fashion model, Candice (Candice Bergen). He returns to Paris and tries to reinvigorate his marriage to Catherine (Annie Girardot) by going on a second honeymoon. But Candice follows him to Paris and they resume their affair. Many more romantic entanglements follow. The movie was nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Film. ~ Michael Betzold, Rovi


Yves Montand
as Robert Colomb
Annie Girardot
as Catherine Colomb
Irène Tunc
as Mireille
Anouk Ferjac
as Jacqueline
Jacques Portet
as Photographer
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[Live for Life] has all of the faults of A Man and a Women and none of the virtues and is an ugly and corrupt film which pretends to be beautiful and ethical.

July 9, 2018 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…

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