Bed And Board (Domicile Conjugale)

Domicile ConjugaleBBBBB

(out of 5)


The adventures of plucky, adorable Antoine Doinel continue, and they are just as delightful as they were in Stolen Kisses.  Doinel (the continually amiable ) is now married to beautiful  and living in a Parisian apartment with her. When his flower-dyeing business goes bust, he must go looking for work and ends up with a well-paying job at an American shipping company. His relationship with his wife is threatened when he meets a Japanese client’s daughter and is so bewitched by her that he indulges in a lengthy affair. Light and airy, with delicious dialogue and an infectious classiness, this film should be watched immediately after the also precious Kisses.


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France/Italy1970

Directed by

Screenplay by Francois Truffaut, ,

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by 

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

The Criterion Collection

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