L'amour en fuite (1979) HD online
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Jean-Pierre Léaud||-||Antoine Doinel|
|Marie-France Pisier||-||Colette Tazzi|
|Claude Jade||-||Christine Doinel|
|Daniel Mesguich||-||Xavier Barnerias|
|Julien Bertheau||-||Monsieur Lucien|
|Jean-Pierre Ducos||-||L'avocat de Christine|
|Marie Henriau||-||La juge du divorce|
|Rosy Varte||-||La mère de Colette|
|Pierre Dios||-||Maître Renard|
|Alain Ollivier||-||Le juge d' Aix en Provence|
|Julien Dubois||-||Alphonse Doinel|
|Monique Dury||-||Madame Ida|
François Truffaut later admitted that he was fully aware he was making a big mistake while shooting this film.
Actress Dani, who plays Jean Pierre Leaud's lover Lilianne also appeared in Francois Truffaut's 1973 film La Nuit Americaine (Day For Night). In it she also plays Leaud's lover, and the character is also named Lilianne. Lilianne's speech to Claude Jade about why she is breaking up with Leaud's character is verbatim to what Lilianne said to Jacqueline Bisset about breaking it off with Leaud's character in Day For Night.
The title of Antoine Doinel's (Jean Pierre Leaud) book is "Les Salades de L'amour". In Die amerikanische Nacht (1973), a character summarizes Jean Pierre Leaud's character's love life as "Les salades de l'amour" and another follows up with, "That would make a good title of a book."
The flashback of Liliane and Antoine arguing is in fact a clip from Die amerikanische Nacht (1973), in which both also played lovers despite the film is not part of Antoine Doinel saga.
This is the final film in the Doinel Saga.
The film features extensive flashbacks to the previous four films in Truffaut's Antoine Doinel cycle of films
Paul Léautaud (1872 - 1956) was a French writer. His 19 volume "Journal littéraire" was published from 1954-1966.
While being asked by an interviewer what movie maker she would like to work with if she went into film business, Dorothée instantly answered François Truffaut. As this came to his knowledge, Truffaut then asked her to work on his next Antoine Doinel feature.
The flashbacks about Liliane and the death of Colette's child are the only flashbacks in the movie which are not taken from an other Doinel film - they are original material.
Film debut of Dorothée.
This film is part of the Criterion Collection, spine #188.