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Bardot looks absolutely beautiful throughout this entire movie. Her acting is also incredibly good. She expresses a wide range of emotions (love, dispair, heartbreak, frustration, anger) very convincingly.
By accident Bardot saves the life of a man (Robert Hossein) who tries to commit suicide. She befriends this pathetic creature and soon falls in love with him. They become lovers as Bardot breaks off her engagement to another man. Her new lover is both odd and mysterious. He loves Bardot but doesn't want to give himself to her completely.
When Bardot finally leaves him, he becomes a lost soul. He can't live without her. He finds Bardot and asks her to marry him. She embraces him warmly.
I believe this movie was well made and appeals to a certain audience but it was simply too slow and soap-opera like for my taste.