Jules and Jim

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Released 1962

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Director:
Francois Truffaut
Released:
1962
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Jules and Jim is a 1962 film about the relationship between two men and the French woman they both love. Jules (Oskar Werner) is a writer who becomes friends with a man named Jim (Henri Serre). Together they begin exploring the carefree Bohemian lifestyle that sprung up in Europe prior to the outbreak of World War II. They pursue relationships with several women before meeting Catherine (Jeanne Moreau). Though both men are captivated by her, she chooses Jules and the two eventually marry. Eventually, World War II begins and the two men serve in opposing armies. After the war, the three of them reunite. Despite outward appearances and the fact that they are raising a daughter together, the marriage between Jules and Catherine is not happy. She has several affairs and eventually leaves Jules for Jim. Desperate to keep his life stable, Jules agrees to move in with Jim and Catherine and, for awhile, the three of them are happy together. But can relationships fraught with so much damage and love ever survive?moreless

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Drama

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Classics, Foreign Language