This kind of syrupy love story (sports car driver Jean-Louis Trintignant falls for divorcee Anouk Aimee) is decidedly not my cup of cassis: it’s full of misty romps in the meadows, rain-soaked windshields, assorted puppies and lambs, and a “bittersweet” theme song that drones incessantly on the sound track. Still, this 1966 release was one of the most successful foreign films ever released in the U.S., and Pauline Kael explained why when she noted that it was “a great make-out movie.” Claude Lelouch directed. In French with subtitles.