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Adorable Creatures

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Adorable Creatures
Adorables créatures.jpg
Poster
Directed byChristian-Jaque
Written by
Produced by
Starring
CinematographyChristian Matras
Edited byJacques Desagneaux
Music byGeorges Van Parys
Production
companies
  • Les Productions Jacques Roitfeld
  • La Société des Films Sirius
  • Caretta Film
Distributed byLa Société des Films Sirius
Release date
  • 5 September 1952 (1952-09-05)
Running time
110 minutes
Countries
  • France
  • Italy
LanguageFrench

Adorable Creatures (French: Adorables créatures, Italian: Quando le donne amano) is a 1952 romantic comedy film directed by Christian-Jaque. A French-Italian co-production, it stars Daniel Gélin, Antonella Lualdi, Danielle Darrieux and Martine Carol.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Robert Gys.

Synopsis

André, an unmarried commercial artist in Paris, has a lot of free time which he devotes to pursuing older women, not being interested in the lively Catherine, a schoolgirl in the next apartment. His lover Christiane wants to be free of her dull husband Jacques, but when she does leave him does not then want to be encumbered by André. He meets the glamorous Minouche, who wants to leave her boring lover Georges and go on a skiing holiday. There she meets the rich Gaston and drops André, who is briefly consoled by Évelyne, Gaston's discarded mistress. Returning to Paris he is scooped up by the even older Denise, a rich and beautiful widow, but excites her jealousy by befriending her young secretary Alice.

Back in his apartment on his own, one night his neighbours beg him to retrieve Catherine, who has run off to a country hotel with a boy named Bob. Driving there, he sends Bob packing and goes up to Catherine's bedroom. After wrecking the room in a fight, they end up on the bed together. She says she has always loved him and they agree to get married immediately. A voice-over says this is not the end of André's troubles, as he might think, but the beginning.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Bandy p. 173

Bibliography

  • Bandy, Mary Lea (1983). Rediscovering French Film. New York: Museum of Modern Art. ISBN 978-0-87070-335-5.

External links


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