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Le bel indifférent ()


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The monologue, taken from the theater, of a desperate woman who feels she has been wronged by her man.

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Jeanne Allard ...
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Angelo Bellini ...
Emile
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Directed by

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Jacques Demy

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Jean Cocteau ... (play) (as Jean Cocteau de l'Académie Française)

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Maurice Jarre

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Marcel Fradetal

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Denise de Casabianca

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Bernard Evein

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Jacqueline Moreau

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Jean Labussière ... assistant sound
Jean-Claude Marchetti ... sound

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Jacques Duhamel ... assistant camera
Paul Souvestre ... assistant camera

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Rosine Ader ... script girl

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Edouard Dermithe ... thanks: Avec l'aimable autorisation de (2002) (as Edouard Dermit)

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Also Known As
  • Le bel indifférent (France)
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  • 29 min
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Trivia After having met Jean Marais on the set of "S. O. S. Noronha" (1957), on which he he was hired as assistant director, Jacques Demy was introduced to Jean Cocteau who was so impressed by the young man's enthusiasm that he offered him the rights of his short play "Le Bel Indifférent" to adapt as his very first fictional film. See more »

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