Jeff (1969 film)
Jeff is a 1969 French-Italian film starring Alain Delon. It was financed by Warner-Seven Arts.
|Directed by||Jean Herman|
|Produced by||Alain Delon|
|Written by||André-Georges Brunelin|
|Music by||François de Roubaix|
Produzione Intercontinentale Cinematografica (PIC) (Italian)
|Distributed by||Warner Bros-Seven Arts|
|Box office||1,074,600 admissions (France)|
A gang of criminals commit a hold up. Afterwards the leader of the gang absconds with the money. The leader's young friend and mistress go after him.
- Alain Delon as Laurent
- Mireille Darc as Eva
- Georges Rouquier as Jeff
- Gabriel Jabbour as Zucci
- Nathalie Nerval as Mme Grunstein
- Robert Lombard as Grunstein
- Georges Jamin as Peter
- Henry Czarniak as Lescure
- Christian Melsen as Van Hoof
- Suzanne Flon as Mrs. de Groote
- Albert Médina as Merkès
- Frédéric de Pasquale as Diamant
It was the first film from Delon's production company, Adel Productions. During the making of the film, Delon began a romantic relationship with Mireille Darc which lasted for fifteen years.
The film was a relative disappointment at the French box office.