Jules and Jim
# 42  Jules and Jim (1962, François Truffaut)  Ranked # 42
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AKA Jules et Jim
Groups François Truffaut - Writer
Jean Gruault - Writer
Raoul Coutard - Cinematographer
Georges Delerue - Composer
François Truffaut - Producer
Released 1962   (original release year)   Release Dates - IMDB
Director François Truffaut
Country France
Starring Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner, Henri Serre, Vanna Urbino, Boris Bassiak
Genres Drama / Romance / Period Film
Language French
Color B&W
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BAFTA British Academy Film Awards  -  1962 Film Nominee
BFI Sight and Sound Top Ten Poll 2002  -  #16  (16 votes)
BFI Sight and Sound Top Ten Poll 2012  -  #59  (19 votes)
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The Guardian : 1000 Films to See Before You DieWebsite
Halliwell's Top 1000  -  #46    Book
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The Village Voice : 250 Best Films of the 20th Century  -  #96  (1 vote)    Website