Play Dates



November 15    Oklahoma City, OK    OKLAHOMA CITY MUSEUM OF ART

December 13 – 16     Cleveland, OH    CLEVELAND CINEMATHEQUE

December 14 & 16     Cambridge, MA    HARVARD FILM ARCHIVE

Edouard and Caroline Play Dates

About

France, 1951
Director: Jacques Becker
Producer: Raymond Borderie
Cast: Daniel Gélin, Anne Vernon, Elina Labourdettel
Screenwriter: Annette Wademant, Jacques Becker
Cinematography: Robert Lefebvre
Music: Jean-Jacques Grünenwald
Genre: Comedy
Black & White
Aspect Ratio: 1.37:1
Language: French with English subtitles
Running Time: 88 minutes

Synopsis:
Pianist Edouard (Daniel Gélin) and his wife Caroline (Anne Vernon) are expected at her uncle's house for a party, but a series of sartorial choices land them in an evening-long argument that threatens to derail Edouard's plans to wow his uncle-in-law's fancy guests with his musical skills.

Awards and Nominations:
Best Film From Any Source nomination (BAFTA Awards, 1952)

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