In the movie A Day in the Country, a man, Monsieur Dufour, his wife, Juliette, his daughter, Henriette, her fiancé, Anatole, and the grandmother go the country for some fishing and a picnic. Two men, Rodolphe and Henri, take one look at the wife and the daughter and decide to knock off a quick piece, although they have some disagreement as to who gets which one. They manage to distract the husband and the fiancé by lending them fishing poles while Rodolphe and Henri each take one of the two women out on the river on a couple of rowboats. Henri, the one who paired up with the Henriette, had some misgivings about getting her pregnant and ruining her life, but he finally decided to screw her anyway. And it didn’t take him long, about five minutes after he pulled the boat to shore and sat her under a tree.
It must have been pretty steamy for the both of them, because they are still thinking about how good it was years later. For some reason, Henriette marries Anatole, whom she no longer loves once Henri has had his way with her. In fact, we wonder if she ever loved him, because she sure didn’t seem to. But maybe she finally had to marry Anatole anyway, for the same reason that Henri feared.
The word is that Jean Renoir, who directed this movie, never got to finish it, so maybe that is why we never find out how Rodolphe made out with Juliette. But as Rodolphe pointed out to Henri earlier on, when women are married, you don’t have to worry about getting them pregnant.