Bed and Board

Bed and Board (1970)

First Truffaut gave us The 400 Blows. Then Stolen Kisses... and now Bed and Board.

  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
  • Release Date: 1970-09-09
  • User Rating: 7.2/10 from 257 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 37min
  • Language: Français
  • Production Company: Valoria Films
  • Production Country: France, Italy
  • Director: François Truffaut
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From 257 Ratings


Parisian everyman Antoine Doinel has married his sweetheart Christine Darbon, and the newlyweds have set up a cozy domestic life of selling flowers and giving violin lessons while Antoine fitfully works on his long-gestating novel. As Christine becomes pregnant with the couple's first child, Antoine finds himself enraptured with a young Japanese beauty. The complications change the course of their relationship forever.

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  • Jean-Pierre Léaud

    as Antoine Doinel
  • Claude Jade

    as Christine Doinel
  • Daniel Ceccaldi

    as Lucien Darbon
  • Claire Duhamel

    as Madame Darbon
  • Hiroko Berghauer

    as Kyoko
  • Daniel Boulanger

    as Le Voisin Ténor
  • Silvana Blasi

    as Silvana, la Femme du Ténor
  • Barbara Laage

    as Monique, la Secrétaire
  • Claude Véga

    as Le Pseudo Étrangleur
  • Danièle Girard

    as Ginette, la Serveuse
  • Philippe Léotard

    as L'homme Ivre (uncredited)
  • François Truffaut

    as Le Marchand de Journaux (voice) (uncredited)
  • Jacques Robiolles

    as Jacques
  • Jacques Jouanneau

    as Césarin
  • Christophe Vesque

    as Le Petit Christophe
  • Pierre Maguelon

    as L'ami de Césarin
  • Guy Piérauld

    as Le Réparateur TV
  • Yvon Lec

    as Le Contractuel
  • Pierre Fabre

    as L'employé de Bureau Ricaneur
  • Billy Kearns

    as Mr. Max
  • Marianne Piketti

    as Marianne
  • Marie Dedieu

    as Marie, la Prostituée
  • Jacques Rispal

    as Monsieur Desbois
  • Christian de Tillière

    as Baumel
  • Anik Belaubre

    as La Mère de Marianne
  • Marie Irakane

    as Madame Martin, la Concierge
  • Ernest Menzer

    as Le Petit Homme
  • Emilie Barbault

    as Alphonse Doinel (uncredited)
  • Marcel Berbert

    as L'employé de M. Max (uncredited)
  • Jacques Cottin

    as Monsieur Hulot (uncredited)
  • Frédérique Dolbert

    as Alphonse Doinel (uncredited)
  • Nicole Félix

    as L'employée de M. Max (uncredited)
  • Miss Irakane

    as Alphonse Doinel (uncredited)
  • Iska Khan

    as Le Père de Kyoko (uncredited)
  • Ada Lonati

    as Madame Claude (uncredited)
  • Marcel Mercier

    as Un Homme dans la Cour (uncredited)
  • Joseph Mériau

    as Un Homme dans la Cour (uncredited)
  • Jérôme Richard

    as L'employé de M. Max (uncredited)
  • Serge Rousseau

    as Petit Rôle (uncredited)
  • Helen Scott

    as Dame au Restaurant (uncredited)
Directing François Truffaut Director
Production François Truffaut Producer
Production Marcel Berbert Producer
Sound Antoine Duhamel Original Music Composer
Camera Néstor Almendros Director of Photography
Editing Agnès Guillemot Editor
Art Jean Mandaroux Production Design
Production Claude Miller Production Manager
Writing François Truffaut Dialogue
Writing Claude de Givray Dialogue
Writing Bernard Revon Dialogue
Production André Mucchielli Producer
Production Hercule Mucchielli Producer
Art Jean Mandaroux Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Françoise Tournafond Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Nicole Félix Makeup Artist
Production Roland Thénot Unit Manager
Directing Suzanne Schiffman First Assistant Director
Directing Jean-François Stévenin Second Assistant Director
Art Jean-Claude Dolbert Property Master
Sound René Levert Sound
Sound Jacques Maumont Sound Mixer
Camera Emmanuel Machuel Camera Operator
Camera Pierre Zucca Still Photographer
Editing Yann Dedet Assistant Editor
Editing Martine Kalfon Assistant Editor
Directing Christine Pellé Script Supervisor
Production Lucette Desmouceaux Production Secretary
Production Christian Lentretien Administration
Writing François Truffaut Screenplay
Writing Claude de Givray Screenplay
Writing Bernard Revon Screenplay