Pierre Lachenay, a middle-aged, well-known publisher and lecturer, is married to Franca, an unbalanced woman, and father of Sabine, a 10-year-old girl. While traveling to Lisbon for a lecture, Pierre Lachenay has a one night stand with Nicole, the Panair do Brasil air stewardess. He wants to see her again and again, they travel to Reims together, and Pierre hides the affair from his family, mostly to spare his daughter the anguish of a separation. Nicole is taking it lightly but Pierre, misunderstanding her feelings and expectations, decides to live with her. The couple's break-up leads to a tragic end.
The British fought the Second World War to defeat Hitler. This film asks why, then, did they spend so much of the conflict battling through North Africa and Italy?
Miriam Yeung displays two contrasting music styles in her 11th release, which includes the EPs Play It Loud and Kiss Me Soft. The carefree Kiss Me Soft includes "If Tokyo Isn't Happy" and "The Girl's Prayer," while the Play It Loud tracklist features uptempo rock jams such as "There's a Bad Girl" and "Fireworks."