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Claude Chabrol

Jours tranquilles à Clichy (Quiet Days in Clichy)

120' - 1990 - Drama - Dialogue: French
Director: Claude Chabrol Composer: Jean-Michel Bernard, Luigi Ceccarelli, Matthieu Chabrol With: Andrew McCarthy, Nigel Havers, Barbara De Rossi
One evening, the old writer thinks back of his days in the thirties, when he, like every American intellectual of his days, went on his 'pilgrimage' to Europe. In Paris, he meets Alfred, who takes him to the decadent parties at Sebastien's, a rich follower of Oscar Wilde and a cheat. The Melody bar will become his head­quarter and it is the place where he will meet various gins. He meets Nys and is tempted to fall in love, but he still has a lot to learn. Finally, he settles down at Alfred's studio, where he meets Colette ...

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Credits

Director

Claude Chabrol

Composer

Jean-Michel Bernard, Luigi Ceccarelli, Matthieu Chabrol

With

Andrew McCarthy, Nigel Havers, Barbara De Rossi

Scenario

Claude Chabrol, Ugo Leonzio

Director of Photography

Jean Rabier

Editor

Monique Fardoulis

Producer

Antonio Passalia

More information

Dialogue

French

Countries of production

Italy, Germany, France

Screenplay based on

"Quiet Days in Clichy" (Henry Miller)

Year

1990

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