Jeff (1969 film)

Jeff is a 1969 French-Italian film starring Alain Delon. It was financed by Warner-Seven Arts.[2]

Jeff
Directed byJean Herman
Produced byAlain Delon
Written byAndré-Georges Brunelin
Jean Cau
StarringAlain Delon
Mireille Darc
Music byFrançois de Roubaix
CinematographyJean-Jacques Tarbès
Production
company
Adel Productions
PECF (French)
Produzione Intercontinentale Cinematografica (PIC) (Italian)
Distributed byWarner Bros-Seven Arts
Release date
  • 1969 (1969)
CountryFrance
Italy
LanguageFrench
Box office1,074,600 admissions (France)[1]

Plot

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.

Cast

Production

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.[3]

Reception

The film was a relative disappointment at the French box office.

References

  1. "Box office information for film". Box Office Story.
  2. MOVIE CALL SHEET: Goulet 'Underground' Star Martin, Betty. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 15 Feb 1969: b7.
  3. "Mireille Darc & Alain Delon". The Red List.
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