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Two English Girls

Two English Girls

A Feature film by François Truffaut

Produced by Les films du Carrosse, Cinétel

Release in France : 18/11/1971

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Synopsis

The film begins in Paris, somewhere around the year 1902. Claude Roc (Leaud), a young middle-class Frenchman, meets Ann Brown (Markham), a young Englishwoman, and they become quick friends. Ann invites Claude to spend the holidays at her family's mansion, where we meet Ann's widowed mother (Marriott) and younger sister Muriel (Tendeter). During the holidays, Claude, Ann and Muriel become very close and Claude gradually falls in love with Muriel. Not fully knowing the couple's intentions, both families lay down a one-year-long separation without any contact before agreeing to get married. Claude goes back to Paris when he has many love affairs, and eleven months later he sends Muriel a break-off letter. A despondent Muriel sinks into a deep depression, and upon returning to Paris to defend her sister, Ann falls for Claude. This instigates a love triangle that consumes the threesome for the next twenty years.

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Full credits (17)

Assistant directors :

Suzanne Schiffman, Olivier Mergault

Dialogue Writers :

François Truffaut, Jean Gruault

Screenwriters :

François Truffaut, Jean Gruault

Sound Recordist :

René Levert

Camera Operator :

Jean-Claude Rivière

Editors :

Yann Dedet, Martine Barraqué

Production Designer :

Michel de Broin

Music Composer :

Georges Delerue

Narrator :

François Truffaut

Adapters/dialogue writers :

François Truffaut, Jean Gruault

Author of original work :

Henri-Pierre Roché

Director of Photography :

Nestor Almendros

Assistant Operator :

Yves Lafaye

Production managers :

Marcel Berbert, Claude Miller, Roland Thénot

Continuity supervisor :

Christine Pellé

Art Director :

Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko

Costume designer :

Gitt Magrini

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

French, English

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French

Production year :

1971

French release :

18/11/1971

Runtime :

2 h 10 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

38400

Visa issue date :

18/11/1971

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Aspect ratio :

1.66

Audio format :

Mono

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