|Bed and Board|
original film poster
|Directed by||François Truffaut|
|Produced by||François Truffaut|
|Written by||François Truffaut|
Claude de Givray
|Music by||Antoine Duhamel|
|Edited by||Agnés Guillemot|
Les Films du Carrosse
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Country||France , Italy|
|Box office||1,010,797 admissions (France)|
Bed and Board (French: Domicile conjugal) is a 1970 French comedy-drama film directed by François Truffaut, and starring Jean-Pierre Léaud and Claude Jade. It is the fourth in Truffaut's series of five films about Antoine Doinel, and directly follows Stolen Kisses, depicting the married life of Antoine (Léaud) and Christine (Jade). Love on the Run finished the story in 1979.
"The fourth installment in François Truffaut's chronicle of the ardent, anachronistic Antoine Doinel, Bed and Board plunges his hapless creation once again into crisis. Expecting his first child and still struggling to find steady employment, Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) involves himself in a relationship with a beautiful Japanese woman that threatens to destroy his marriage. Lightly comic, with a touch of the burlesque, Bed and Board is a bittersweet look at the travails of young married life and the fine line between adolescence and adulthood."
|1972||NBR Awards||Top Foreign Language Films||Bed and Board||Won|
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