"a man and a woman (un homme et une femme)" from Warner

Warner Home Video have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of a man and a woman (un homme et une femme) for July 14th 2003 with a retail price of £12.99. Presented in 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen with Mono 2.0 Audio and English subtitles you will also find the following bonus features on the disc...

  • "37 years later with Claude Lelouch" All New Documentary
  • "Un Home Et Une Femme" Vintage Documentary
  • Trailers x 2
From the PR...

Academy Award winner for both Best Foreign Language Film and Best Writing, Story and Screenplay, A Man and A Woman, achieved a rare feat in being one of only a select few foreign language films to be nominated for Best Director and Best Actress in a Leading Role. The film also won the Golden Palm at the 1966 Cannes Film Festival for French filmmaker Claude Lelouch and received two Golden Globes.

Critically acclaimed around the world, A Man and A Woman stars Anouk Aimée (BAFTA for Best Foreign Actress) as a widowed script girl and Jean-Louis Trintignant as a racer who lost his wife to suicide. The film is a study of moments between the time they meet and the point at which they begin to read each other intuitively.

A Man and A Woman engages by cutting against conventional expectations of romance and presents many different ways of tracking a relationship in progress in an engaging fashion. Flashbacks fill in details on the pair's recent histories, while documentary style glimpses of a man and a woman at work in their highly charged jobs become a driving force towards the developments in love.

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