Anatomy of a Marriage: My Days with Jean-Marc
Anatomy of a Marriage: My Days with Jean-Marc (Françoise ou La vie conjugale) is a 1964 French film directed by André Cayatte telling the story of a marriage break-up told from the woman's point of view.
|Anatomy of a Marriage: My Days with Jean-Marc|
|Directed by||André Cayatte|
|Produced by||Raymond Froment (producer)|
|Written by||Maurice Aubergé (collaboration)|
André Cayatte (adaptation)
Louis Sapin (adaptation dialogue)
|Edited by||Paul Cayatte|
The film's companion piece Anatomy of a Marriage: My Days with Françoise tells the story from the man's point of view.
- Jacques Charrier as Jean-Marc
- Marie-José Nat as Françoise
- Michel Subor as Roger
- Macha Méril as Nicole
- Alfred Adam as Fernand Aubry
- Giani Esposito as Ettore
- Jacques Monod as Rouquier
- Yves Vincent as Granjouan
- Blanchette Brunoy as Mme Aubry
- Jacqueline Porel as Line
- Jean-Henri Chambois as The president
- Rosita Fernández as The maid
- Anne Caprile as Mme Monier
- Yvan Chiffre as Christian
- Corinne Armand as Christine
- Julien Verdier as The doorman
- Henri Crémieux as Rancoule
- Michel Tureau as Milou
- Marie-Claude Breton as Minouche
- Michèle Girardon as Patricia
- Georges Rivière as Philippe
In a joint review of the two films, Bosley Crowther of the New York Times wrote that the two main actors "skillfully [portrayed] the characteristics of nobility and selflessness or pettiness and shame" but that "the two main characters in these films are distinctly commonplace people, inadequate to responsibility, immature and hardly worth the exceptional attention that is given to them".
- Bosley Crowther. "My Days with Jean Marc Screen: Participants Testily to a Broken Marriage:Twin Films by Cayatte at Two Theaters Charrier and Miss Nat Star as Couple", New York Times, 27 October 1964. Retrieved 24 June 2011.