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World Cinema: Love and the Frenchwoman

on BBC Two England

A light-hearted look at the seven stages of a woman's life.
A French film in seven acts with English sub-titles and an English commentary spoken by Jacques Brunius.

Infancy
Starring Martine Lambert as Gisele

Adolescence
Starring Annie Sinicalia as Bichette

Virginity
Starring Valerie Lagrange as Ginette

Marriage
Written and directed by Rene Clair
Starring Marie-Jose Nat as Line, Claude Rich as Charles

Adultery
Starring Dany Robin as Nicole, Jean-Paul Belmondo as Gil

Divorce
Starring Annie Girardot as Danielle

A Woman Alone
Written and directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois
based on a story by Marcel Ayme
Starring Martine Carol as Eliane

Contributors

Narrator:
Jacques Brunius
Script (Infancy):
Felicien Marceau
Director (Infancy):
Henri Decoin
Gisele:
Martine Lambert
Script (Adolescence):
Louise de Vilmorin
Script (Adolescence):
Jacques Robert
Director (Adolescence):
Jean Delannoy
Bichette:
Annie Sinicalia
Script (Virginity):
Annette Wademant
Director (Virginity):
Michel Boisrond
Ginette:
Valerie Lagrange
Writer/Director (Marriage):
Rene Clair
Line:
Marie-Jose Nat
Charles:
Claude Rich
Script (Adultery):
France Roche
Script (Adultery):
Michel Audiard
Director (Adultery):
Henri Verneuil
Nicole:
Dany Robin
Gil:
Jean-Paul Belmondo
Script (Divorce):
Charles Spaak
Director (Divorce):
null Christian-Jacque
Danielle:
Annie Girardot
Music (A Woman Alone):
Georges Delerue
Writer/Director (A Woman Alone):
Jean-Paul Le Chanois
Based on a story by (A Woman Alone):
Marcel Ayme
Eliane:
Martine Carol

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