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Die erfolgreiche Geschäftsfrau Paula ist bis über beide Ohren in ihren Freund Roger verliebt, doch der will von einer festen Bindung nichts wissen und seine Freiheit behalten. Er genießt seine kleinen Abenteuer nebenbei und will die nicht. Lieben Sie Brahms? (Originaltitel: Goodbye Again) ist ein französisch/US-​amerikanischer Film von Regisseur Anatole Litvak aus dem Jahr basierend auf. iphone-bloggen.se - Kaufen Sie Lieben Sie Brahms? günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Als Paula den jungen Musikliebhaber Philip Van der Besh (Anthony Perkins) kennen lernt, verliebt sich dieser heftig in sie und macht ihr ausgiebig den Hof. Lieben Sie Brahms? ein Film von Anatole Litvak mit Ingrid Bergman, Yves Montand. Inhaltsangabe: Die große Liebesgeschichte nach dem Erfolgsroman von.

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Als hätte ich das alles schon einmal erlebt - so ging es mir, als ich, nachdem ich mich in Oskar Roehlers Film Elementarteilchen gelangweilt. Lieben Sie Brahms? ein Film von Anatole Litvak mit Ingrid Bergman, Yves Montand. Inhaltsangabe: Die große Liebesgeschichte nach dem Erfolgsroman von. Inhaltsangabe zu "Lieben Sie Brahms " Bei seinem Erscheinen war der Roman über die Liebe der fast jährigen. Paule zu einem 15 Jahre jüngeren.

View all 4 comments. Always and always will return to this Sagan. Personally, her best novella and I've read it, I think by now, countless times.

It breaks my heart every single time. It's just indescribable how much I love it. When I read it for the first time I was much too young but it marked me for a lifetime.

This is a re-read for me. I was probably too young at my first attempt, but with me being closer to the age of the protagonist, the tale gains in poignancy and nuance.

My infatuation with Ingrid Bergman and her portrayal of the main character in a claasic movie may also colour my positive reaction to the text.

The story is deceptively simple and we have read it a thousand times by now: a love triangle in the city of love, Paris.

A woman forced to look at her mid-life options and trying to recaptu This is a re-read for me. A woman forced to look at her mid-life options and trying to recapture the exuberance and passion of youth, a study of loneliness and the curious attraction for a self-centered bully of an old lover versus the volatile, sensitive and slightly morbid younger man.

The text is very short, but is has a poetic , insightful quality and I wouldn't add or take away any page.

The English translation was good, but I would still like to try the original French version. It took one's breath away.

View 2 comments. What a tragic little story, but I really enjoyed it. Weirdly enough this reminded me of Barbara Pym's books, only very, very French and sad.

It's about a quiet woman approaching middle age, in a not very happy relationship with a longtime lover who keeps cheating on her.

Not even a spoiler, but: view spoiler [She embarks on an affair with a beautiful much younger man who worships her - but in the end, predictably, she returns to the man she left, and life goes on just as before.

Plus, I've always found the title very intriguing And I do love Brahms. I like the I really do.

There are a few paragraphs that seem so unbelievably real. But the topic of the book isn't the kind of thing that works for me.

I just can't feel anything but dislike and disdain for the characters and their actions. Maybe it's a lack of empathy on my part but it's just so pathetic, they're all so pathetic.

Shelves: read I've read two romance novels in my lifetime. The first, A Prescription for Love or STDs, was about a bunch of physically challenged people with weird eyes that sparkled, flaring nostrils and hair that was unruly.

This, the second, was about a bunch of French lovers. And the French really know how to screw up and complicate love. Or maybe I just don't appreciate love's complexity.

Or maybe I just don't give a shit. Anyway, the lady is old 39 years old! My goodness she's on death's bed.

Her stup I've read two romance novels in my lifetime. Her stupid and thoughtless lover that sleeps with young girls is 41 and the lady's new lover and cause of her confusion is I'm not sure why I state the ages.

Maybe because it's just mentioned in the book a million times. I really must have enough of her, he thought; when I start worrying about a woman's vocabulary, the end is in sight.

What a riot! I'm going back to the crazy Japanese now. Noramlly, I shy away from romantic novels. I made an exception with Aimez vous Brahms , which follows an older woman who has finally left her cheating lover.

She then takes up another lover, a younger man, who defies convention by loving her. Despite the romantic overtones, it really is more a study of an aging woman who tries to change her life, but sadly fails in the end.

I'm afraid they aren't selling any more copies of this book, though. I found mine by chance at Booksale and I haven't seen Noramlly, I shy away from romantic novels.

I found mine by chance at Booksale and I haven't seen another copy since. Like most of the books I've read, this too has been made into a movie starring Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Perkins of Psycho fame as the young lover.

I haven't found a copy of that either. Another romance novel, with a similar concept to a Certain Smile, but, in my honest opinion, with a much deeper conflict within a main character.

She's a mature women, who finds herself between two men. One is old and successful, but she find his company and everyday routine kind of boring, while the other is much younger than her and has a career as an attorney, but his love suggestions, though rejected, make her feel attractive and live again.

Unlike the last title, this one has consequences f Another romance novel, with a similar concept to a Certain Smile, but, in my honest opinion, with a much deeper conflict within a main character.

Unlike the last title, this one has consequences for rejection and stalling, since a person can love or be loved by someone else.

The best part of the novel is the problem the main protagonist finds herself in: to accept the passing of the time and embrace maturity or to feel herself joyful in someone's company, disregarding ''conventional rules'' age, sex, faith, ideals, nationality, race etc.

When facing the old age, one must consider his own deeds of the past, the fruits for the present and the plans for the future. At the moment, this is one of my favorite Sagan's novels and I look forward of seeing what the next titles might bring.

How cheesy of me to be listening to Brahms while reading Aimez-vous Brahms As for the book, I remember my mum had a copy when I was a teenager, but for some reason I never laid my hands on it.

Was it the ugly cover and the poor paper? I find it sad that Sagan sees the forty year old woman as she does, stylish, fancy job and all, How cheesy of me to be listening to Brahms while reading Aimez-vous Brahms I find it sad that Sagan sees the forty year old woman as she does, stylish, fancy job and all, still charming, but for how long?

This is my second Sagan and I would certainly recommend it, but not as a romance. Like Bonjour Tristesse it shows us far more about what can go wrong in a relationship and the impossibility of 'love' than anything else.

From comments made on the film, I imagine that that version is more romantic than the original story, which offers the reader no particularly happy ending.

In BT, I had the feeling that Anne was wise to die in one way or the other and Paule's fate shows us why as she devotes he This is my second Sagan and I would certainly recommend it, but not as a romance.

In BT, I had the feeling that Anne was wise to die in one way or the other and Paule's fate shows us why as she devotes her life to a resurrected version of Raymond!

It's short, and I flew through it in a couple of hours. The film is very true to the book, and the casting--especially of Anthony Perkins--is really spot on.

Roger is supposed to be a big guy, but it's hard to argue against Yves Montand. I love this story. An interesting read for this day and age, despite de slightly old-fashioned narrative style.

Intriguing how regardless the apparent freedom, women were still unable to leave toxic relationships. It's also a good reflection on the double standard showcased by the French society in the '60s in terms of what was acceptable for women vs.

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Inhaltsangabe zu "Lieben Sie Brahms " Bei seinem Erscheinen war der Roman über die Liebe der fast jährigen. Paule zu einem 15 Jahre jüngeren. Lieben Sie Brahms Roman. Aus dem Französischen von Helga Treichl. WAT [​]. Seiten. 12 x 19 cm. Broschiert. 10,90 €. Lieben Sie Brahms?: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Als hätte ich das alles schon einmal erlebt - so ging es mir, als ich, nachdem ich mich in Oskar Roehlers Film Elementarteilchen gelangweilt. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Lieben Sie Brahms «nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen!

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Leave this field blank. Paule leidet darunter, ist einsam und mutlos, bis sie eines Tages den jährigen Simon kennenlernt, jung, schön, ein Träumer, Jura-Assessor ohne Ehrgeiz und unsterblich in sie verliebt. Armand Thirard.

She is deeply in love with Roger, her mature consort of five years. Roger is a very charming gallant who loves Paula but is too selfish to give up his freedom to be promiscuous.

When Paula meets Phillip, the year-old immature lawyer son of one of her rich clients, he falls hopelessly in love with the glamorous, sympathetic older woman and insists that the age difference will be no barrier to a romance.

Paula resists the young man's persistent advances, but she finally succumbs when Roger initiates yet another affair with one of his young Maisies.

An affair begins, and society does not approve. High class soap opera with Ingrid, stylishly dressed and becomingly coiffured, looking wonderful.

She of course gives the best performance with Anthony Perkins a close second. The main problem is that her longing for Yves Montand, a stolid lout, is puzzling.

In a sign of how the times have changed the enchanting beautiful Ingrid, who states that she is forty, considers herself old and seems desperately afraid of being alone and is willing to settle for crumbs from a man whom she is clearly to good for.

Still as these sort of pictures go this is a fine diversion, competently directed with handsome black and white photography.

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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Lieben Sie Brahms Let me be frank with you, goodreads world, and admit something.

I tend not to read romance novels. Ok, that is an understatement. This is the first book I have ever read which I have seen fall into that category of literature.

But I think, even outside of that category, I tend not to read novels that dedicate a good deal of time to the development of romantic relations, or, at least, I do not seek them out.

I like the world that exists beside the romance, if that makes sense. One day that might change.

Hell, even the reading of this book suggests that there is always the chance to try new things and find in them just the right morsel of pleasure.

I came to read this book, or, more specifically, this author, not because of an attraction to the genre or the topic at hand, but because of rumours about the author.

You see, a few years ago I was browsing through a book on the history of the Nobel Prize. For the author of the book this was quite the astonishment.

They then went on to list several who, to their estimation, would have been more than worthy winners: Marguerite Duras, Marguerite Yourcenar, Francoise Sagan, Simone de Beauvoir, Nathalie Sarraulte.

I still have to find to courage to read de Beauvoir and Sarraulte, both of whom have reputations grand enough to frighten me off, but the other three have each brought me a good deal of joy, confusion, and pleasure in their moment.

Which brings me to Sagan, who, I was warned by the author of that book about the Nobel, wrote romance novels. Which brings me to this book, which I found in a used bookstore that was closing down.

The pile grew to be about 30 in height, and this is now the pile of books that I am selecting my reading from; it sits at the side of my bed and stares at me while I sleep, each book surely aware of its fate, and perhaps hopeful that it too, like Destroy, She Said by the aforementioned Marguerite Duras , will find its way back into my pile of books that I am going to keep.

Let me talk about the book now. Every now and then you read something that just makes sense. It understands itself, it limits its ambitions, it is managed, it is all that it could hope to be and nothing less.

Like the perfectly filled jar of home-made jam, there is no space for air inside under the lid, and no line of sticky preserve falling in an unsightly glop over the side - all of its contents, its ideas, its sentences fit perfectly into the shape of the thing that the author was creating.

Pride and Prejudice comes to mind. The Summer Book. Damn near any story by Alice Munro. I think this book is one of those perfect little creations, in its way.

All of it fits in the slim pages and the few words of tight, fluid and, in surprising ways, lyrical writing. Its characters are interesting, something more than what one would expect of the book but never more than what is needed; each one is given all the space to grow that they need and not more.

Speaking of the story, it both supports, with the characters, a great many of the tropes that you imagine to be part and parcel with the genre and manages to subvert a great many of them.

It is a book trimmed of the unnecessary, of the fat of writing, and reduced to its most basic and important truths. I liked Paule. She was a complicated and lovely figure.

With her sophistication and fine-ness she came out of the pages, felt human for a moment or two, like a figure in an old Hollywood film, a starlet, beautiful and intelligent and trapped in the very things which brought her joy.

I liked hearing her voice, her tension, her uncertainty, and resignations. Have I felt some of her feelings before?

Like in a movie somewhere. I guess that might be worth something. But perhaps Greta is a bit too dramatic to play this role; is it possible to bring in somebody with the careful statements of the physical gesture, somebody like Audrey Hepburn, but to push her into the s, or can we bring the others into the s and s, and just make it all click, the tension, the sex, the pleasure, the malaise, the decadence, the streets of Paris and the bars where they would dance?

Yes, this is a movie I think. So, then, only three glowing goodreads stars instead of five, despite a wave of admiration sent to it.

Ultimately, like those movies I liked this book. Nothing more, nor less; a simple pleasure. As for Sagan? I wish I could rate her, because I would rate her quite highly.

I look forward to reading more of her works, which is to say that I will be buying more romance novels at second hand book store clearance sales so long as her name is on the spine.

Aimez-vous Brahms? Oui, mon cheri. View all 6 comments. You should be condemned to death, but you'll be sentenced to solitude. I have got a bit obsessed with her now and am consistantly making lists of all the books I want to read by her.

This, her fourth novel, tells the story of the beautiful and accomplished Paule, an interior designer who is having a rather awkward affair with Roger who in turn is cheating on her every chance he gets.

She is drawn to Roger and cannot let him go because he represents all that she wants in a man, regardless of the fact their affair is built on secrecy and disrespect.

Enter Simon, a young and breathtakingly handsome layabout who falls head over heels for Paule which only serves to distance her from him more and more or rather, she play acts at doing so, when in reality she is also falling for him too Paule has no idea what to do.

She wants both of these very diferent men but also wants to be left alone Don't you love the French way of having affairs?

So glamourous and the least discreet way to behave. More Ms Sagan please!!! View all 4 comments. Always and always will return to this Sagan.

Personally, her best novella and I've read it, I think by now, countless times. It breaks my heart every single time. It's just indescribable how much I love it.

When I read it for the first time I was much too young but it marked me for a lifetime. This is a re-read for me. I was probably too young at my first attempt, but with me being closer to the age of the protagonist, the tale gains in poignancy and nuance.

My infatuation with Ingrid Bergman and her portrayal of the main character in a claasic movie may also colour my positive reaction to the text.

The story is deceptively simple and we have read it a thousand times by now: a love triangle in the city of love, Paris.

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