The subtle drama Mademoiselle Chambon follows a shy violin-playing schoolteacher's unexpected romance with a married construction worker.
An extremely shy chocolatier and an anxious chocolate factory owner fall for each other in Romantics Anonymous (Les Émotifs Anonymes).
Things may not be what they seem in Certified Copy (Copie Conforme), which follows an author and a French woman's relationship in Tuscany.
Julie Delpy stars in, wrote, and directed 2 Days in Paris (Deux Jours à Paris) about the culture shock that occurs when a couple visits family and exes in Paris.
A single man feeling pressure from his family to marry decides to arrange a fake relationship and marriage to appease them in I Do: How to Get Married and Stay Single (Prête-moi ta main).
The Names of Love (Le Nom des Gens) is about the relationship between a young left-wing activist who converts her political enemies with sex and a middle-aged veterinarian who typically takes the safe road.
Shall We Kiss? (Un Baiser S'il Vous Plaît) explores the ins and outs of love and the complications of romance between friends.
The Lovers on the Bridge (Les Amants de Pont Neuf) is a cult favorite starring Juliette Binoche as a blind woman who finds herself falling for a homeless, fire-eating addict living on an abandoned bridge in Paris.
Juliette Binoche stars in Paris as the sister of a young man about to undertake a risky heart transplant surgery. The pair become intrigued with the lives of strangers they watch in the streets of Paris.
Catherine Deneuve is a trophy wife in the '70s who must take over her husband's umbrella factory when he has a heart attack in Potiche.
Catherine Deneuve stars in '60s-set Beloved about a woman whose daughter is following in her troubled marriage footsteps. The romantic drama explores how different generations of women deal with breaking up and falling in love.
The Fairy is a whimsical, absurd romantic comedy about a woman who claims she's a fairy and then suddenly disappears.
Starring Vanessa Paradis, Cafe de Flore is an emotional romantic drama that follows two stories, decades apart, in Paris and in Montreal — one about a mother and son, the other about a divorced couple.
Blue Is the Warmest Color is a sexual coming-of-age story about two teen girls falling in love.