The Love Game
|The Love Game|
|Directed by||Philippe de Broca|
|Produced by||Claude Chabrol
|Written by||Philippe de Broca
|Music by||Georges Delerue|
|Edited by||Laurence Méry-Clark|
The Love Game (French: Les Jeux de l'amour) is a 1960 French comedy film directed by Philippe de Broca. It was entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize.
Suzanne wants to marry Victor and have children with him. Victor on the other hand isn't interested in becoming a husband or a father. While he cannot be bothered into complying with her wishes, their mutual friend Francois would be happy to do so. Consequently Suzanne eventually turns to Francois. This leaves Victor no other choice than to change his mind if he wants Suzanne back.
- Jean-Pierre Cassel as Victor
- Geneviève Cluny as Suzanne
- Jean-Louis Maury as François
- Robert Vattier as L'acheteur galant
- Claude Cerval as Le consommateur
- Pierre Repp as L'automobiliste
- Maria Pacôme as Une cliente
- Jeanne Pérez as Le buraliste
- François Maistre as L'homme élégant
- Lud Germain as Le noir
- Claude Chabrol as Le forain
- Mario David as Le représentant
- "Berlinale: Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 17 January 2010.
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