Jules & Jim (1962)
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Director:François Truffaut Producer:Marcel Berbert, François Truffaut Screenplay by:François Truffaut, Jean Gruault  

Running time:105 min  Country: Language: Genre:Drama, Romance  Subtitle:English  Starring: Jeanne Moreau as Catherine,

Oskar Werner as Jules, Henri Serre as Jim, Vanna Urbino as Gilberte, Jim''s fiancee,

Serge Rezvani (credited under the name Boris Bassiak) as Albert, Catherine''s sometime lover,

Marie Dubois as Thérèse, Jules'' ex-girlfriend, Sabine Haudepin as Sabine, Jules and Catherine''s daughter,
Kate Noëlle as Birgitta
, Anny Nelsen as Lucy, Christiane Wagner as Helga, Jean-Louis Richard as a customer in cafe,
Michel Varesano as a customer in cafe
, Pierre Fabre as a drunk in the cafe, Danielle Bassiak as Albert''s companion,
Bernard Largemains as Merlin
, Elen Bober as Mathilde, Dominique Lacarrière as a woman, Michel Subor as the Narrator (voice)




รางวัล: Nominated for 2 BAFTA Film Awards. Another 3 wins.




BAFTA Awards 1963

BAFTA Film Award
Best Film from any Source
Best Foreign Actress
Jeanne Moreau 

Bodil Awards 1963

Best European Film (Bedste europæiske film)
François Truffaut (director) 

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists 1963

Silver Ribbon
Best Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)
François Truffaut 

Mar del Plata Film Festival 1962

Best Director
François Truffaut 


Jules and Jim (French: Jules et Jim, IPA: [ʒyl e dʒim]) is a 1962 French film directed by François Truffaut based on Henri-Pierre Roché''s 1953 semi-autobiographical novel about his relationship with writer Franz Hessel and his wife, Helen Grund.
Truffaut came across the book in the mid-1950s whilst browsing through some secondhand books in Paris and later befriended the elderly Roché. The author approved of the young director''s attempt to translate his work to another medium.
The soundtrack by Georges Delerue was named as one of the "10 best soundtracks" by Time magazine in its "All Time 100 Movies" list.
The film ranked 46 in Empire magazine''s "The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema" in 2010.