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Love on the Run (1979)

Antoine Doinel. He's got four ladies ... Nine lives ... and Plenty of alibis!

Genre : Comedy, Drama, Romance

Runtime : 1H 33M

Director : François Truffaut
Writer : François Truffaut, Marie-France Pisier, Jean Aurel, Suzanne Schiffman

Synopsis

Antoine is now 30, working as a proofreader and getting divorced from his his wife. It being the first "no-fault" divorce in France, a media circus erupts, dredging up Antoine's past. Indecisive about his new love with a store clerk, he impulsively takes off with an old flame.

Actors

Jean-Pierre Léaud
Jean-Pierre Léaud
Antoine Doinel
Marie-France Pisier
Marie-France Pisier
Colette Tazzi
Claude Jade
Claude Jade
Christine Doinel
Dani
Dani
Liliane
Dorothée
Dorothée
Sabine Barnerias
Daniel Mesguich
Daniel Mesguich
Xavier Barnerias
Julien Bertheau
Julien Bertheau
Monsieur Lucien
Marie Henriau
Marie Henriau
La Juge du Divorce
Julien Dubois
Julien Dubois
Alphonse Doinel
Jean-Pierre Ducos
Jean-Pierre Ducos
L'Avocat de Christine
Rosy Varte
Rosy Varte
La Mère de Colette
Pierre Dios
Pierre Dios
Maître Renard
Alain Ollivier
Alain Ollivier
Le Juge d' Aix en Provence
Monique Dury
Monique Dury
Madame Ida
Emmanuel Clot
Emmanuel Clot
Emmanuel
Christian Lentretien
Christian Lentretien
Le Dragueur du Train
Roland Thénot
Roland Thénot
L'Homme en Colère au Téléphone
Alexandre Janssen
Alexandre Janssen
L'Enfant du Wagon-restaurant
Chantal Zaugg
Chantal Zaugg
Une Petite Fille
Richard Berry
Richard Berry
Petit Rôle (uncredited)
André Dussollier
André Dussollier
Hero in Cinema (footage from 'Une Belle Fille comme Moi') (uncredited)
Richard Kanayan
Richard Kanayan
Client at Music-shop (uncredited)
Anne Kreis
Anne Kreis
Heroine in Cinema (uncredited)

Crews

François Truffaut
François Truffaut
Director
François Truffaut
François Truffaut
Producer
Georges Delerue
Georges Delerue
Original Music Composer
Laurent Voulzy
Laurent Voulzy
Original Music Composer
Néstor Almendros
Néstor Almendros
Director of Photography
Martine Barraqué
Martine Barraqué
Editor
Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko
Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko
Production Design
Monique Dury
Monique Dury
Costume Design
François Truffaut
François Truffaut
Screenplay
Marie-France Pisier
Marie-France Pisier
Screenplay
Jean Aurel
Jean Aurel
Screenplay
Suzanne Schiffman
Suzanne Schiffman
Screenplay
Thi-Loan Nguyen
Thi-Loan Nguyen
Makeup Artist
Marcel Berbert
Marcel Berbert
Production Manager
Geneviève Lefebvre
Geneviève Lefebvre
Unit Manager
Emmanuel Clot
Emmanuel Clot
Second Assistant Director
Suzanne Schiffman
Suzanne Schiffman
First Assistant Director
Nathalie Seaver
Nathalie Seaver
Third Assistant Director
Pierre Gompertz
Pierre Gompertz
Assistant Decorator
Michel Grimaud
Michel Grimaud
Property Master
Jean-Louis Povéda
Jean-Louis Povéda
Assistant Decorator
Michel Laurent
Michel Laurent
Sound
Jacques Maumont
Jacques Maumont
Sound Mixer
Florent Bazin
Florent Bazin
First Assistant Camera
Gérard Bougeant
Gérard Bougeant
Grip
Charlie Freess
Charlie Freess
Key Grip
Jacques Frejabue
Jacques Frejabue
Grip
Jean-Claude Gasché
Jean-Claude Gasché
Gaffer
Dominique Le Rigoleur
Dominique Le Rigoleur
Still Photographer
Michel Leclerq
Michel Leclerq
Electrician
Emilio Pacull
Emilio Pacull
Second Assistant Camera
Serge Valézy
Serge Valézy
Electrician
Jean Gargonne
Jean Gargonne
Assistant Editor
Corinne Lapassade
Corinne Lapassade
Assistant Editor
Christine Pellé
Christine Pellé
Script Supervisor
Josiane Couëdel
Josiane Couëdel
Production Secretary
Roland Thénot
Roland Thénot
Assistant Production Manager

Trailers and other movies

Criterion Trailer 188: Love on the Run

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