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Story Of Women Review


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Like any good Frenchman, Claude Chabrol had to tackle the German occupation at some point. How he did it, in 1988's unfortunately-titled Story of Women, is a matter of odd trivia. For his big WWII movie, Chabrol took up the issue of abortion.

Isabelle Huppert stars as Marie, an obviously oppressed housewife whose husband is off at war. Marie dreams of things far beyond possibility -- she lives in occupied France yet wants to be a professional singer -- but nothing is worse than the arrival of her husband (François Cluzet) back from the war, suffering from shell shock. This isn't a happy homecoming. This merely means another person to feed on limited rations -- and one who soils his shorts repeatedly.

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