Jules and Jim

(1962)

Overview

In the carefree days before World War I, introverted Austrian author Jules strikes up a friendship with the exuberant Frenchman Jim. Both men fall for the impulsive and beautiful Catherine, but it's Jules who wins her hand. After the war, Jim visits Jules, Catherine and their daughter in their Austrian home and discovers not only that his feelings for Catherine are unchanged, but also that they're reciprocated.

  1. François Truffaut

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Henri-Pierre Roché

    Novel

  3. Jean Gruault

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jeanne Moreau

    Jeanne Moreau

    Catherine

  2. Oskar Werner

    Oskar Werner

    Jules

  3. Henri Serre

    Henri Serre

    Jim

  4. Marie Dubois

    Marie Dubois

    Thérèse

  5. Sabine Haudepin

    Sabine Haudepin

    Sabine

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Jules and Jim
Jules and Jim

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Facts

Original Title Jules et Jim

Status Released

Release Information

  • April 23, 1962
    NR
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    No rating information.

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 50m

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