Belle de Jour is the film adaptation from a novel by Joseph Kessel directed by Luis Brunuel and starring Catherine Deneuve and Michel Piccoli. The film tells the tale of a woman stuck between playing a socially accepted woman role and following her own personal sexuality. During the day she works at a brothel while at night she is an innocent housewife.
Released on the 1967-05-24
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1960s, Adultery, Affair, Attempted murder, Beach, Belt, Blindness, Blonde, Boredom, Bouquet, Brothel, Car Accident, Card Game, Castle, Chain, Champagne, Chimney, City Park, Coma, Crossword, Daydream, Decadence, Doctor, Double Life, Dream, Dual Identity, Fantasy, Female Nudity, Female Sexual Identity, Forest, France, Gangster, Hotel, Infidelity, Jealousy, Male Nudity, Marital Relationship, Masochism, Mud, Necrophilia, Paralysis, Paris, Police, Pornography, Prostitute, Prostitution, Rain, Riddle, Scar, Sexual Obsession, Shards, Shot Dead, Shower, Skiing, Slap, Smoking, Spade, Stalker, Sun Glasses, Surgeon, Taxi, Teeth, Voyeurism, Whip
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