At Night All Cats Are Crazy

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At Night All Cats Are Crazy
Directed by Gérard Zingg
Written by Gérard Zingg and Philippe Dumarçay
Starring Gérard Depardieu
Music by Jean-Claude Vannier
Edited by Hélène Viard
Release date
Running time
124 min
Country France
Language French
Box office $388,410[1]

At Night All Cats Are Crazy (French: La nuit, tous les chats sont gris, lit. At night all cats are grey) is a French film by Gérard Zingg released in 1977.


Charles Watson tells Lily, his 10-year-old niece, a story about a character called Philibert, a bad boy. Lily wants to meet the latter and loses herself in a world where fiction and reality are mixed up. Her uncle believes as far as he's concerned, that he possesses literary gifts and loves living in the greatest of comforts.




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