The second in Eric Rohmer’s “cycle” of Comedies and Proverbs, A Good Marriage (1982) begins with the question, “Can any of us refrain from building castles in Spain?” For Sabine (Béatrice Romand), her castle is marriage. Fed up with her married boyfriend, she dumps him and declares she is soon to wed. To whom, she does not know. But she is a Rohmer protagonist and has a very definite idea, which comes more or less complete in the form of her best friend’s cousin, Edmond (André Dussolier), a thirtysomething lawyer with good manners, social standing, looks, and income. He’s terrific husband material. Unfortunately for Sabine, he knows it.