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Day for Night

France, French, 105 mins

Original Title

La Nuit Américaine
  • Director: François Truffaut
  • Writer: François Truffaut; Jean-Louis Richard
  • Producer: Marcel Berbert

CGiii Comment

The shooting of 'Je vous presente Pamela' (may I introduce Pamela) begins. This is the story of en English married wife falling in love and running away with the father of her French husband. Will be simultaneously shown the shooting, the behavior of the people (including the technical team) on the set, and a part of their private life (a factor of complication)...


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Cast & Characters

Jacqueline Bisset as Julie Baker;
Valentina Cortese as Severine;
Jean-Pierre Aumont as Alexandre;
Dani as Liliane, la stagiaire scripte;
Jean Champion as Bertrand, le producteur;
Alexandra Stewart as Stacey;
Jean-Pierre Leaud as Alphonse;
Nathalie Baye as Joelle, la scripte;
Francois Truffaut as Ferrand, le realisateur;
Graham Greene as L'assureur anglais;
David Markham as Doctor Nelson;
Bernard Menez as Bernard, l'accessoiriste;
Nike Arrighi as Odile, la maquilleuse;
Gaston Joly as Lajoie, le regisseur;
Xavier Saint-Macary as Christian

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