I ab-sol-ute-ly adore you, Miss Kubelik.
A wonderful marriage of mundane everyday life and philosophy. Rohmer never judges his characters, he leaves everything open for the audience to make up their own minds. It's very poetic but Rohmer finds the poetry in the normal rather than simply adding it. It's completely engaging and thought provoking. There's a wonderful sequence where Bernard Verley imagines himself living in a world void of social rules which highlights Rohmer's directorial talents.