Poster "Pretres interdits"
|Directed by||Denys de La Patellière|
|Produced by||Georges de Beauregard|
|Written by||Jean-François Boyer|
Denys de La Patellière
This French melodrama tells the tragic story of a rare couple: Priest Jean (Robert Hossein), who falls in love with a young woman, the 17-year-old girl Françoise (Claude Jade was 25 during the shooting), has relations with her, and gets her pregnant. That happens during World War II. Some years later Françoise waits for her majority to get her child out from the orphanage and Jean becomes a communist.
- Robert Hossein - Jean Rastaud
- Claude Jade - Françoise Bernardeau
- Claude Piéplu - Father Grégoire Ancely
- Pierre Mondy - Paul Lacoussade
- Louis Seigner - Bishop
- Germaine Delbat - Jean's mother
- Michèle Watrin - Françoise's cousin
- Lucienne Legrand - Françoise, mother
- Georges Audoubert - Françoise, father
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