a list compiled by Alex Kasman (College of Charleston)
|With a title that can be translated as "A Summer's Tale", this is the third film in Rohmer's "seasons" series, preceeded by tales of
spring and winter and followed by a tale of autumn in 1998. In this French
film, the protagonist is a young mathematician/musician exploring his
Thanks to Jaime Navarrete for pointing it out to me!
The only math in the film is that the main character studies mathematics. I loved that and loved the film. Usually mathematicians in the movies are the strangest people. Here not, he is pretty normal. He is acute and intelligent, but not a nerd, no following patterns everywhere. He preffers to follow girls like most of the mathematicians I know. In fact, he was very similar to a classmate I had when I studied mathematics. (It may have helped that Rohmer, the director, did study mathematics)
|More information about this work can be found at us.imdb.com.|
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