Exterior Night Trailer

Exterior Night Trailer (1980)

10 September 1980 Drama, Comedy 110 mins

Hoping to make a fresh start, Léo, a jazz musician, takes up temporary residence with his friend Bony, a young writer who is struggling to get his work published. One evening, Léo strikes up an acquaintance with a woman taxi driver, Cora; in spite of her impulsive and moody temperament, he cannot help being attracted to her. On the spur of the moment, Cora invites Léo to make love to her. When Bony meets Cora, he too finds her irresistible, but he lacks Léo’s self-confidence to make his move. Cora is not a woman that any man can possess readily. She is like a wild animal, a creature that revels in its freedom. Will either Léo or Bony be able to tame her...?

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Cast

Marie Keime

as The Woman

Elisabeth Margoni

as Véronique

Lydie Pruvot

as Daughter in Jazz club

Henri-Jacques Huet

as a musician

Crew

Karl-Heinz Schäfer

Original Music Composer

Pierre-William Glenn

Pierre-William Glenn Cinematography

International Titles

Die Taxifahrerin Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 10 September 1980

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