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My Night at Maud's

My Night at Maud's

A Feature film by Éric Rohmer

Produced by Les Films du Losange, Compagnie Française de Distribution Cinématographique (CFDC)

Release in France : 04/06/1969

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Synopsis

The Catholic Jean-Louis, (Jean-Louis Trintignant), runs into an old friend, the Marxist Vidal (Antoine Vitez), in Clermont-Ferrand around Christmas. Vidal introduces Jean-Louis to the modestly libertine, recently divorced Maud (Françoise Fabian) and the three engage in conversation on religion, atheism, love, morality and Blaise Pascal's life and writings on philosophy, faith and mathematics. Jean-Louis ends up spending a night at Maud's. Jean-Louis' Catholic views on marriage, fidelity and obligation make his situation a dilemma, as he has already, at the very beginning of the film, proclaimed his love for a young woman whom, however, he has never yet spoken to.

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My Night at Maud's

Trailer (english subtitles)

Photos (7)

Full credits (13)

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Éric Rohmer

Screenwriter :

Éric Rohmer

Director of Photography :

Nestor Almendros

Sound Assistant :

Alain Sempé

Camera Operator :

Emmanuel Machuel

Editor :

Cécile Decugis

Production designer :

Nicole Rachline

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

French

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

100% French

Production year :

1969

French release :

04/06/1969

Runtime :

1 h 40 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

35168

Visa issue date :

28/05/1969

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.33

Audio format :

Mono

Posters (3)

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News

Festival Selections (6)

Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival - 2010

Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (Taiwan, 2010)

Selection

Tribute to Eric Rohmer

Kiev Molodist International Film Festival - 2010

Kiev Molodist International Film Festival (Ukraine, 2010)

Selection

Éric Rohmer Retrospective

Academy Awards - 1971

Academy Awards (United States, 1971)

Selection

Nomination for Best Original Screenplay : Éric Rohmer

Academy Awards - 1970

Academy Awards (United States, 1970)

Selection

Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film

Cannes International Film Festival - 1969

Cannes International Film Festival (France, 1969)

Selection

Official Competition

Awards

French Syndicate of Cinema Critics - 1969

French Syndicate of Cinema Critics (1969)

Awards

French Syndicate of Cinema Critics