Belle (1973 film)

Belle is a 1973 Belgian-French drama film directed by André Delvaux. It was entered into the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.[1][2]

Belle
Directed byAndré Delvaux
Produced byJean-Claude Batz
Albina du Boisrouvray
Written byAndré Delvaux
Monique Rysselinck
StarringJean-Luc Bideau
Music byFrédéric Devreese
CinematographyGhislain Cloquet
Charles Van Damme
Edited byEmmanuelle Dupuis
Pierre Joassin
Release date
  • 1973 (1973)
Running time
96 minutes
CountryBelgium
France
LanguageFrench

Plot

The aging romancier Mathieu Grégoire falls in love with a female stranger who doesn't even understand his language. Their uncommon relationship upsets his family.

Cast

  • Jean-Luc Bideau - Mathieu Grégoire
  • Danièle Delorme - Jeanne
  • Adriana Bogdan - Belle
  • Roger Coggio - Victor
  • René Hainaux - the deputy
  • Stéphane Excoffier - Marie
  • John Dobrynine - John
  • Valerio Popesco - the stranger
  • François Beukelaers - the false stranger
  • André Blavier - Vincent
  • Marc Audier - the café owner
  • Arlette Emmery - the presenter
  • Suzanne Gohy - the mother
  • Yvette Merlin - the boss at the 'Joités'

References

  1. "Festival de Cannes: Belle". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 18 April 2009.
  2. "BELLE". unifrance.org. Retrieved 10 March 2014.
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