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School for Love

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School for Love
1955 Futures vedettes - School for love (fra).jpg
Directed byMarc Allégret
Written byMarc Allégret
Roger Vadim
Based onEingang zur Bühne (The Entrance to the Stage)
1920 novel
by Vicki Baum[1]
Produced byGilbert Cohen-Seat
StarringJean Marais
Brigitte Bardot
CinematographyRobert Juillard
Edited bySuzanne de Troeye
Music byJean Wiener
Production
companies
Régie du Film
Del Duca Films
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release dates
26 April 1955 (France); 28 January (West Germany)
1960 (USA)[2]
Running time
96 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Box office$7.1 million[3]

School for Love (Futures vedettes) is a French drama film from 1955 directed by Marc Allégret, written by Marc Allégret and starring Brigitte Bardot and Jean Marais. The screenplay was based on a novel by Vicki Baum.[4]

The film was known under the titles Joy of Living or School for Love in the U.S., Sweet Sixteen in the U.K. and Reif auf jungen Blüten in West Germany.

Plot

Tenor Eric Walter is a teacher at a Vienna conservatory who is separated from his wife, opera singer Marie. When he begins seeing one of the students, Sophie, another student named Elisa becomes jealous.

Cast

Reception

The film performed poorly at the French box office,[3] with only 949,416 admissions.[5]

References

  1. ^ Silverman, Lisa (2012-06-19). Becoming Austrians: Jews and Culture between the World Wars. ISBN 9780199794881.
  2. ^ Stinson, Charles (3 June 1960). "Bardot (Clad) Studies Voice in New Film". Los Angeles Times. p. A7.
  3. ^ a b "Future Vendettes". Box Office Story.
  4. ^ Futures vedettes (1955) at the Films de France
  5. ^ "Box Office Figures for Jean Marais films". Box Office Story.

External links


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