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François Truffaut

Jules et Jim (Jules and jim)

105' - 1962 - Drama, Romance - Dialogue: German, French, English
Director: François Truffaut With: Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner, Henri Serre
Jules and Jim remains as captivating to modern audiences as it was when first released.
Although many have attempted to read all sorts of social significance into the film's action, director François Truffaut was content with attempting to show the deep affection between two men and the impossibility of a ménage-ů-trois, no matter how much three people love each other. 1912. Jules, a shy German Jew becomes best friends with Jim, a life-loving Frenchman. They have many of the same interests though they pursue them quite differently. One day they meet a woman, Cathérine. The three Bohemians team up, and while the world trembles around them, they are determined to have a marvelous time... (CineBooks' Motion Picture Guide)

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Credits

Director

François Truffaut

With

Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner, Henri Serre

Scenario

François Truffaut, Henri-Pierre Roché, Jean Gruault

More information

Dialogue

German, French, English

Countries of production

France

Screenplay based on

verhaal van Henri-Pierre Roché

Year

1962

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