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Masculin Féminin ()

Masculin féminin (original title)
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A romance between young Parisians, shown through a series of vignettes.

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Paul - un jeune homme instable
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Madeleine Zimmer - une petite chanteuse
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Élisabeth Choquet - la copine de Madeleine
Michel Debord ...
Robert Packard - un syndicaliste
Catherine-Isabelle Duport ...
Catherine-Isabelle
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Elle (la femme dans le film) (as Eva-Britt Strandberg)
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Lui (l'homme dans le film)
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L'homme qui se suicide (uncredited)
Henri Attal ...
L'autre lecteur du bouquin porno (uncredited)
Mickey Baker ...
Record producer (uncredited)
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Brigitte Bardot (uncredited)
Antoine Bourseiller ...
Le partenaire de Brigitte Bardot (uncredited)
Chantal Darget ...
La femme dans le métro (uncredited)
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La compagne de l'officier américain (uncredited)
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L'homme dans le métro (uncredited)
Elsa Leroy ...
Mlle 19 ans de 'Mademoiselle Age Tendre' (uncredited)
Dominique Zardi ...
Le lecteur du bouquin porno (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jean-Luc Godard

Written by

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Jean-Luc Godard ... ()
 
Guy de Maupassant ... (stories La Femme de Paul and Le Signe)

Produced by

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Anatole Dauman ... producer

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Jean-Jacques Debout

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Willy Kurant

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Agnès Guillemot
Marguerite Renoir ... (uncredited)

Production Management

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Philippe Dussart ... production manager

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Jacques Henri Barratier ... assistant director (as Jacques Barratier)
Bernard Toublanc-Michel ... assistant director

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René Levert ... sound

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Christine Brierre ... press attache
Marlène Jobert ... body double: Chantal Goya (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Paul is young, just demobbed from national service in the French Army, and disillusioned with civilian life. As his girlfriend builds herself a career as a pop singer, Paul becomes more isolated from his friends and peers ('the children of Marx and Coca Cola', as the credits announce) and their social and emotional politics. Written by D.Giddings

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Taglines Jean-Luc Godard's Swinging Look at Youth and Love in Paris Today! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Masculin, féminin (France)
  • Maskulinum - femininum (Sweden)
  • Masculine, Feminine: In 15 Acts (World-wide, English title)
  • Masculin Féminin (United States)
  • Masculin Féminin (World-wide, English title)
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Runtime
  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Due to the portrayal of youth and sex, the film was prohibited to persons under 18 in France - "the very audience it was meant for," griped Jean Luc Godard. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Bande-annonce de 'Masculin féminin' (1966). See more »
Soundtracks Laisse moi See more »
Crazy Credits Contrary to what Paul and his friend decide in the laundry mat sequence, Godard points out just before the credits that the word "féminin" does in fact contain another word: "fin" [end]. See more »
Quotes Paul: We control our thoughts which mean nothing, and not our emotions which mean everything.
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