Bed and Board

(1970)

Overview

Parisian everyman Antoine Doinel has married his sweetheart Christine Darbon, and the newlyweds have set up a cozy domestic life of selling flowers and giving violin lessons while Antoine fitfully works on his long-gestating novel. As Christine becomes pregnant with the couple's first child, Antoine finds himself enraptured with a young Japanese beauty. The complications change the course of their relationship forever.

  1. François Truffaut

    Author, Director

  2. Bernard Revon

    Author

  3. Claude de Givray

    Author

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jean-Pierre Léaud

    Jean-Pierre Léaud

    Antoine Doinel

  2. Claude Jade

    Claude Jade

    Christine Doinel

  3. Daniel Ceccaldi

    Daniel Ceccaldi

    Monsieur Darbon

  4. Claire Duhamel

    Claire Duhamel

    Madame Darbon

  5. Hiroko Berghauer

    Hiroko Berghauer

    Kyoko

Full Cast & Crew

Bed and Board
Bed and Board

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Facts

Original Title Domicile conjugal

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 9, 1970
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 37m

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