Vincent, François, Paul and the Others

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Vincent, François, Paul and the Others
Directed by Claude Sautet
Written by Claude Néron (novel)
Jean-Loup Dabadie
Starring Yves Montand
Michel Piccoli
Serge Reggiani
Gérard Depardieu
Release dates
Running time
113 minutes
Country France
Language French

Vincent, François, Paul and the Others (French: Vincent, François, Paul... et les autres) is a 1974 French film directed by Claude Sautet based on the novel La grande Marrade by Claude Néron.


Three friends face mid-life crises. Paul is a writer who's blocked. François has lost his ideals and practices medicine for the money; his wife grows distant, even hostile. The charming Vincent, everyone's favorite, faces bankruptcy, his mistress leaves him, and his wife, from whom he's separated, wants a divorce.



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