Continuation of stolen Kisses , this film is the second of a trilogy which closes with the Love in escape , within the framework of the cycle Antoine Doinel : Antoine (Jean-Pierre Léaud) married Christine (Claude Jade).
Christine Darbon walks in a street of Paris. She carries a case to violin. She stops to buy fruits. One sees only his legs and the violin. “Here is Miss”, says the commercial one to him. “Not Miss. Madam! ” rectifies Christine. Antoine Doinel married Christine Darbon. He exerts, temporarily, an unusual trade: he tints the flowers in the court of his building, to make them more attractive. Christine, it, gives at it lessons of violin. She is soon pregnant and Antoine enters an important American company which carries out hydraulic research and experiments. Christine gives rise to a boy, whom she wants to call Ghislain. For the moment he will be Alphonse; it is under this first name that Antoine declares it with the town hall. Antoine meets a Japanese woman - the first time that it will mislead Christine. Kyoko sends to Antoine short notes of love and the mask in a tulip bunch. Christine notices that the tulips open the ones after the others dropping the words on the table. Christine accommodates it equipped as a Japanese woman, of large tears running on the made up cheeks. Christine and Antoine will separate. Antoine is bored with Kyoko. One evening whereas he dines with her at the restaurant, he on several occasions leaves the table during the meal to telephone Christine. Antoine finds Christine.
- Realization: François Truffaut
- Scenario and dialogs: François Truffaut, Claude de Givray, Bernard Revon
- Music: Antoine Duhamel
- Assembly: Agnes Guillemot
- Image: Nestor Almendros
- Decorations: Jean Mandaroux
- Coming out date: September 9th 1970
- Film French
- Format: Colors - 35mm
- Kind: Comedy
- Lasted: 94 minutes
- Any public
Claude Jade: Christine Doinel
- Jean-Pierre Léaud: Antoine Doinel
- Daniel Ceccaldi: Lucien Darbon
- Claire Duhamel: Mrs Darbon
- Hiroko Berghauer: Kyoko
- Daniel Boulanger: Tenor, the neighbor
- Silvana Blasi: Silvana, the neighbor
- Barbara Laage: Monique, the secretary
- Bill Kearns: max, the American owner
- Claude Véga: the throttle valve
- Jacques Jouanneau: Césarin of the bar
- Daniele Girard: Ginette, the waitress
- Marie Irakane : Mrs. Martin, the caretaker
- Philippe Léotard: the type stuffed
- Jean-Pierre Léaud appears more at ease than in stolen Baisers . Adorable the Claude Jade also gained in maturity and its character is not sacrificed in front of the main character and divides same the poster with this last. It is the point of balance of Doinel, often has the top and is the voice of reason. Always pleasure of re-examining Daniel Ceccaldi as a father of Claude Jade. The film gains of credibility and maturity what it loses in poetry. François Truffaut thus carries out a comedy very fraiche and distracting, benefits from it to put here and there autobiographical elements and on a sustained rhythm carries out one of best films of the saga Doinel.
the film includes/understands celebrates it scene of the bed where Claude Jade flirte by procuration by reading a biography of Noureev whereas Antoine informs itself on “the Japanese Women” to allure his mistress, a scene to which will make echo one of the Scènes of the married life of Ingmar Bergman in 1973.
Among the exploitations of film abroad, it is distinguished while meaning: let us not dramatize, it is only one question of cocufiage .
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