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Bed & Board ()

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Antoine Doinel works dying flowers in the courtyard outside his apartment. He is married to Christine, who is pregnant. He has an affair with a Japanese woman, jeopardising his marriage.

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Antoine Doinel
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Christine Darbon Doinel
Hiroko Berghauer ...
Kyoko (as Mademoiselle Hiroko)
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Monique, la secrétaire
Danièle Girard ...
Ginette, la serveuse
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Lucien Darbon
Claire Duhamel ...
Madame Darbon
Daniel Boulanger ...
Le voisin ténor
Silvana Blasi ...
Silvana, la femme du ténor
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L'ami de Césarin
Jacques Jouanneau ...
Césarin
Claude Véga ...
Le pseudo étrangleur
Jacques Rispal ...
Monsieur Desbois
Jacques Robiolles ...
Jacques
Pierre Fabre ...
L'employé de bureau ricaneur
Christian de Tillière ...
Baumel
Billy Kearns ...
Mr. Max
Anik Belaubre ...
La mère de Marianne (as Annick Asty)
Marianne Piketti ...
Marianne
Guy Piérauld ...
Le réparateur TV (as Guy Piérault)
Marie Dedieu ...
Marie, la prostituée
Marie Iracane ...
Madame Martin, la concierge (as Marie Irakane)
Yvon Lec ...
Le contractuel
Ernest Menzer ...
Le petit homme (as Menzer)
Christophe Vesque ...
Le petit Christophe (as Christophe)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emilie Barbault ...
Alphonse Doinel (uncredited)
Marcel Berbert ...
L'employé de M. Max (uncredited)
Jacques Cottin ...
Monsieur Hulot (uncredited)
Frédérique Dolbert ...
Alphonse Doinel (uncredited)
Nicole Félix ...
L'employée de M. Max (uncredited)
Miss Irakane ...
Alphonse Doinel (uncredited)
Iska Khan ...
Le père de Kyoko (uncredited)
Ada Lonati ...
Madame Claude (uncredited)
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L'homme ivre (uncredited)
Nobuko Maki ...
Amie de Kyoko (uncredited)
Marcel Mercier ...
Un homme dans la cour (uncredited)
Joseph Mériau ...
Un homme dans la cour (uncredited)
Jérôme Richard ...
L'employé de M. Max (uncredited)
Serge Rousseau ...
Petit rôle (uncredited)
Helen Scott ...
Dame au restaurant (uncredited)
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Le marchand de journaux (uncredited) (voice)

Directed by

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François Truffaut

Written by

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François Truffaut ... (scenario and dialogue) and
Claude de Givray ... (scenario and dialogue) and
Bernard Revon ... (scenario and dialogue)

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Marcel Berbert ... producer
André Mucchielli ... producer (uncredited)
Hercule Mucchielli ... producer (uncredited)
François Truffaut ... producer (uncredited)

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Antoine Duhamel

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Néstor Almendros ... (as Nestor Almendros)

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Agnès Guillemot

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Yann Dedet ... assistant editor
Martine Kalfon ... assistant editor

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Jean Mandaroux ... (uncredited)

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Jean Mandaroux

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Françoise Tournafond ... (uncredited)

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Nicole Félix ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Claude Miller ... production manager (as Claude Miler)
Roland Thénot ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Suzanne Schiffman ... first assistant director
Jean-François Stévenin ... second assistant director

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Jean-Claude Dolbert ... property master

Sound Department

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René Levert ... sound
Jacques Maumont ... sound mixer

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Emmanuel Machuel ... camera operator
Pierre Zucca ... still photographer (uncredited)

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Lucette Desmouceaux ... production secretary
Christian Lentretien ... production administrator
Christine Pellé ... script girl
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Plot Summary

Some time after "Baisers Volés", Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) and Christine Darbon (Claude Jade) are married and Antoine works dying flowers, and Christine is pregnant and gives private classes of violin. When Christine is near to have a baby, Antoine decides to find a new job, and he succeeds due to a misunderstanding of his employer. In a business meeting, he meets the Japanese Kyoko (Mademoiselle Hiroko) and they have an affair. When Christine accidentally discovers that Antoine has a lover, they separate. But later they miss each other and realize that they do love each other. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Taglines First Truffaut gave us "The 400 Blows." Then "Stolen Kisses"...and now Bed and Board See more »
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Also Known As
  • Non drammatizziamo... è solo questione di corna! (Italy)
  • Bed & Board (United States)
  • Bed & Board (Canada, English title)
  • Bed & Board (World-wide, English title)
  • Bed & Board (United Kingdom)
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  • 100 min
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Trivia When Claude Véga appears, he impersonates Delphine Seyrig and quotes a line from Last Year at Marienbad (1961). He also quotes from a line that Delphine Seyrig spoke in the previous Antoine Doinel film, Stolen Kisses (1968). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Love on the Run (1979). See more »
Quotes Christine Doinel: I don't like this business of writing about your childhood, dragging your parents through the mud. I don't know much, but one thing I do know - if you use art to settle accounts, it's no longer art.
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