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Overview

The seven stages in the life of the modern Frenchwomen are disclosed by seven directors in a witty way: 1 - Childhood, 2 - Adolescence, 3 - Virginity, 4 - Marriage, 5 - Adultery, 6 - Divorce, 7 - The Single Woman.

  1. Jean-Paul Le Chanois

    Director, Writer

  2. René Clair

    Director, Writer

  3. Christian-Jaque

    Director

  4. Michel Boisrond

    Director

  5. Jean Delannoy

    Director

  6. Henri Verneuil

    Director

  7. Félicien Marceau

    Writer

  8. Charles Spaak

    Writer

  9. Annette Wademant

    Writer

  10. Marcel Aymé

    Writer

  11. France Roche

    Writer

  12. Louise de Vilmorin

    Writer

  13. Jacques Robert

    Writer

  14. Michel Audiard

    Writer

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  1. Darry Cowl

    Darry Cowl

    Le médecin ('L'enfance')

  2. Micheline Dax

    Micheline Dax

    Lulu ('L'enfance')

  3. Noël Roquevert

    Noël Roquevert

    Le colonel ('L'enfance')

  4. Claude Rich

    Claude Rich

    Charles ('Le mariage')

  5. Pierre Mondy

    Pierre Mondy

    Le père de Bichette ('L'adolescence')

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Love and the Frenchwoman
Love and the Frenchwoman

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Original Title La française et l'amour

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 10, 1960
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 2h 23m

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