My Night at Maud's
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
...in Clermont-Ferrand in the winter, the philosophic conversations between a Catholic and a Marxist and Maud, a freethinker...
- Jean-Louis Trintignant: Jean-Louis
- Françoise Fabian: Maud
- Marie-Christine Barrault: Françoise
- Antoine Vitez: Vidal
- Léonide Kogan: Concert Violinist
- Guy Léger: Preacher
- Anne Dubot: Blonde Friend
- Marie Becker: Marie, Maud's Daughter (uncredited)
- Marie-Claude Rauzier: Student (uncredited)
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