Lamiel is a 1967 French drama film. It was directed by Jean Aurel and stars Anna Karina, Michel Bouquet, and Jean-Claude Brialy.[1]

Directed byJean Aurel
Produced byGeorges de Beauregard
Written byJean Aurel
Cécil Saint-Laurent
StarringAnna Karina
CinematographyAlain Levent
Edited byFrançoise Collin
Release date
  • 30 August 1967 (1967-08-30)
Running time
95 minutes

The film is based on Stendhal's unfinished last novel, Lamiel. A costume drama set in the 19th century, it centers on the young orphan Lamiel (Karina) as she rises from poverty into high society under the guidance of a doctor (Bouquet), who lives vicariously through her. She eventually marries a bankrupt comte (Brialy), but falls for a thief who breaks into her bedroom one night.[1]



  1. Dan Pavlides (2010). "Lamiel (1967)". Retrieved 5 May 2011.
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