Three Women (1952)

08/13/1952 (FR) Comedy 1h 44m
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The short stories of Guy de Maupassant enjoyed a renaissance in the early 1950s, thanks in great part to the Max Ophuls production Le Plaisir. In Trois Femmes, three De Maupassant stories are dramatized, each conveying the central theme of women falling in love. In the first, a black female carnival entertainer causes an uproar when she falls in love with a white soldier. In the second, a young bride is pressured into having a baby to collect a huge inheritance. And in the final episode, a pregnant girl is "adopted" and protected by a small circle of friends. In standard De Maupassant fashion, each of the three stories in Trois Femmes is capped by a surprise twist.

  1. André Michel

    Director

  2. Guy de Maupassant

    Story

  3. Jean Ferry

    Writer

  4. Claude Accursi

    Writer

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  1. Marcelle Arnold

    The Englishwoman

  2. Michel Bouquet

    Michel Bouquet

    Monsieur Lesable (segment "Zora")

  3. Betty Daussmond

    Aunt Charlotte

  4. Moune de Rivel

    Zora (segment "Zora")

  5. Agnès Delahaie

    Coralie Cachelin (segment "Héritage, L'")

  6. Luc Andrieux

    An employee

  7. Madeleine Barbulée

    Madeleine Barbulée

  8. Claude Castaing

  9. Georges Chamarat

    Georges Chamarat

    Boisse

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Original Title Trois femmes

Status Released

Original Language French

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