" Me, against women? Yes, right up against them! " - Sacha Guitry Everyone in France knows the films of Bertrand Blier. From "Les Valseuses" (Getting it Up) to "Merci La Vie" (Thank You, Life), his work has become part of French cultural heritage. Every French adult can recall a scene or a line of dialogue from one of his films. But what about the man himself? Who exactly is behind the singular, sometimes unsettling work, which is often intentionally truculent or downright provocative?