Bed & Board

Bed & Board

  • Director: François Truffaut
  • Writer: François Truffaut,Claude de Givray,Bernard Revon
  • Countries of origin: France, Italy
  • Language: French
  • Release date: September 9, 1970
  • Runtime: 1 hour 37 minutes
  • Aspect ratio: 1.66 : 1
  • Also known as: Skupna postelja in miza
  • "Bed and Board" is a comedy film directed by François Truffaut , starring Jean-Pierre Leaud and Claude Jade , released in 1970.
    The film tells the story of 25-year-old Antoine Doinel's marriage to Colette.


    • Release date September 9, 1970
    • Filming locations Paris, France
    • Production companies Les Films du Carrosse, Valoria Films, Fida Cinematografica

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    Movie reviews

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    • By Eileen 2022-12-09 00:15:49

      forever antoine

      The episode of playing the violin to ask for money reminded me of the episode in the last episode that imitated a lottery agency to obtain someone else's address. . .

      Lend money to anyone on the road. . . The big brother who borrowed money is also very funny. . .

      Antoine is really always doing an inexplicable job. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

    • By Letitia 2022-12-07 06:07:27

      men are children

      It's a subtle film without Chu Fu's usual strong stance. It is one of the Antoine series, but there is a feeling of seeing old at the age of three. For many parts, the completion is quite good. Antoine's actions are all the shadows of his youth (including his expression of love in "Stolen Kiss"), just as the woman in the neighborhood said "men are children"

      Compared with the contemporary popular multi-part films, the connection between each film is not only the title, but also the...

    • By Elwyn 2022-11-21 21:12:04

      Antoine Part 4

      The fourth film of the "Antoine series", this film made me find another reason to like French films: there are no stereotyped and hateful sexist elements, but inadvertently revealing sexual equality, the charm of women is not only reflected in elegant dress , It is also explained in the rationality and independence in the marriage relationship, as well as the cognition and cherishing of self-worth. In addition, those who play with flowers, borrow money for fun, remote control boats, child...

    • By Sherwood 2022-10-23 22:28:33

      Re-understanding François Truffaut

      The fourth installment in the Antoine series. The first half is easy and fun, but it gets better as it goes to the back, and many delicate little details make people smile. Of course, there will be various retrospective stalks of the first three films. The one that impressed me the most, and the one that is most easily missed is the line "mais" said by the actor on TV when he imitated "Last Year at Marionba" je ne suis pas une apparition, je suis une femme" (I'm not an...

    • By Orion 2022-09-05 03:12:31

      When I was looking for a young lady, I met my father-in-law. This old foreign movie is about marriage and cheating

      Love is beautiful, and people are eager to retain this beauty, so they want to strengthen this relationship through marriage.

      But many people think that marriage is the grave of love after marriage.

      As a result, cheating has become a potential danger to married life.

      After "Stolen Kiss", François...

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    • By Clemmie 2023-09-28 15:04:09

      (Feature #10) 2004/09/16_21:40 @ BC Cinematheque Always doing weird stuff. failed man. I like the life segment of Neighbor Watch the most, very very married life. Library stairs. Broken book knife. the marsaillese. Christine's stealing kiss in the cellar. Still a little kid. It is said that the tribute to Renaia made me want to watch it...

    • By Laurence 2023-09-28 01:12:40

      A lot of interesting details, such as Jacques Tati's appearance while waiting for the subway, the huge poster of John Ford on the wall of the theater, etc. However, each segment is just passing by like a dragonfly, this is ordinary life, and there is not much lingering. "You are really my sister, my daughter, my mother." "I just want to be your...

    • By Hailey 2023-08-27 09:08:46

      1970 The fourth installment of the Antoine series. The embarrassment of Antoine's marriage and the trivial life of the middle class. A scene that a teenager at the seaside would not have seen when he looked back more than ten years ago. Multiple repeated motifs express the tediousness of life.

    • By Julien 2023-08-17 14:30:48

      It discusses "marriage and love are very different", and also compares it with the bridge section in "Stealing Kiss", such as taking the wine and kissing actively in the wine cellar. They are all subtle and exaggerated (Japanese women)...

    • By Leola 2023-07-27 21:41:59

      It's really an interesting choice to watch this on Valentine's Day. The newly-married couple Antoine and his wife Yan Er had a little trouble and then staged a crisis. The series has seen the most humorous part (perhaps it has something to do with Italy's participation in the production). And Tati's cameo! The last "Love Run" is left, I'm a little reluctant to...

    Movie plot

    The 25-year-old Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) married Colette (Marie-France Pisier) and opened a small flower shop downstairs that was loved by her neighbors. , Although the days are ordinary, they are also full of little sadness and little sweetness. By accident, he got a job in a water conservancy company. After meeting the glamorous Japanese woman Kyoko (Hiroko Berghauer) at work, he was deeply attracted by the exoticism of...
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    Movie quotes

    • Christine Doinel: Oh, my poor breasts. If I have a child, I won't breast-feed him.

      Antoine Doinel: Well, don't look at me. He'll have to fend for himself.

    • Christine Doinel: Do what you have to do, but let me be. I'm not proud and never have been, so I can tell you: I still love you. But I'd rather not see you anymore.

    • Antoine Doinel: l'd like to kiss you.

      Christine Doinel: Me too...

      Antoine Doinel: Tenderly.

      Christine Doinel: Me too...

      Antoine Doinel: Is that true?

      Christine Doinel: It's true.