Sentimental Education (film)
Sentimental Education (French: L'Éducation sentimentale) is a 1962 French drama film directed by Alexandre Astruc. It is also known as Lessons in Love. The story focuses on a student who has an affair with a married middle-class woman whose husband cheats on her with a model. The film is loosely based on the novel Sentimental Education by Gustave Flaubert. The screenplay was written by Roger Nimier with dialogue by Roland Laudenbach and Alain Astruc.
|Directed by||Alexandre Astruc|
|Produced by||Jean Tourane|
|Screenplay by||Roger Nimier|
|Music by||Richard Cornu|
- Jean-Claude Brialy as Frédéric Moreau
- Marie-José Nat as Anne Arnoux
- Dawn Addams as Catherine Dambreuse
- Michel Auclair as Didier Arnoux
- Carla Marlier as Barbara
- Pierre Dudan as Charles Dambreuse
- "L'éducation sentimentale". bifi.fr (in French). Cinémathèque Française. Retrieved 2015-05-10.
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