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Le jour se lève


Jean Gabin, Jacqueline Laurent, Jules Berry, Arletty View All


Marcel Carné (Director), Jacques Prévert (Writer), Jacques Viot (Writer) View All

Release: Jun. 9th, 1939
Runtime: 1 hour, 33 minutes
After committing a murder, a man locks himself in his apartment and recollects the events the led him to the killing.
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Directed by Marcel Carn, Le jour se lve follows Franois (Jean Gabin), a factory worker that falls in love with *wait for it* Franoise (Jacqueline Laurent), a florist, only to find out she's more interested in a sleazy and narcissistic entertainer (Jules Berry).


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