You just cleared something up for me. I've been seeing double, combining Perceval with Bresson's unorthodox Lancelot du Lac. (I bet the two look nothing alike.)
I'm not done with Rohmer, I just don't think a forced Marathon - short or long - is the way to go. I'd like to learn about his Six Moral Tales and how they thematically connect, along with his Four Seasons. I would even say he's a good director, though I'm sure it reads like he's not to my tastes. I'm trying to figure out why I run hot and cold with Rohmer's typical talky sex/relationship films but when Richard Linklater works in the same style I'm immediately drawn in, even if I'm not initially interested in the film itself.