Bed and Board, also known by its original title Domicile Conjugal, is a French film released in 1970. Rated PG, this romantic drama with a touch of comedy is the fourth installment in the Antone Doniel series written and produced by Francois Truffaut. In this film Antone Doniel (Jean-Pierre Leaud), transitions from a boy to a young man who is beginning married life with his girlfriend Christine (Claude Jade), whose fans will remember from the preceding film in the series, Stolen Kisses. With steady employment seemingly out of reach for Antone, he works a series of odd jobs, while Christine teaches violin lessons to supplement their income. Life in their eclectic neighborhood is highlighted by a variety of unique characters. With the pending birth of their first child, Antone grows distant. His attention and affection stray to a Japanese girl, Kyoko. As his infatuation grows, his marriage deteriorates and the life he is building with Christine faces destruction.