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Love Is a Funny Thing
Directed byClaude Lelouch
Written byClaude Lelouch
Produced byClaude Lelouch
StarringJean-Paul Belmondo
Annie Girardot
Music byFrancis Lai
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
1969
Running time
110 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Box office1,391,524 admissions (France)[1]


Love Is a Funny Thing (French: Un homme qui me plaît, a.k.a. A Man I Like) is a 1969 French romantic drama film directed by Claude Lelouch.

Synopsis[]

An accidental meeting in the United States between an actress and a composer, both French. Leaving her husband and child in Paris, Françoise, cinema actress, driven to the United States, is waiting for her break. Composer Henri, married to an Italian, is only in New York to record film music. They are both waiting to go to Los Angeles. There, they become lovers. The next day, Henri decides to delay his return for 24 hours to take Françoise to Las Vegas. Another night of love later, they hire a car and travel across the US with the intention of heading back for New York.

Starring[]

  • Jean-Paul Belmondo as Henri
  • Annie Girardot as Françoise
  • Kaz Garas as Paul
  • Peter Bergman as Director
  • Farrah Fawcett as Patricia
  • Foster Hood as Indian
  • Bill Quinn as Passenger
  • Timothy Blake as The Dominos
  • Jerry Cipperly as Waiter in Cafe
  • Marie Pia Conte as Henri's Wife
  • Arturo Dominici as Customs Officer
  • Sweet Emma as Herself
  • Marcel Bozzuffi as Françoise's Husband

References[]

  1. Box office information for film at Box Office Story

External links[]

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