The Truth (1960 film)

The Truth (La Vérité)
Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot
Produced by Raoul Lévy
Written by Henri-Georges Clouzot
Véra Clouzot
Simone Drieu
Jérôme Géronimi
Michèle Perrein
Christiane Rochefort
Starring Brigitte Bardot
Charles Vanel
Paul Meurisse
Cinematography Armand Thirard
Editing by Albert Jurgenson
Distributed by Kingsley-International Pictures Inc. (USA)
Release date(s) 2 November 1960
Running time 130 minutes
Country France
Language French

The Truth (French: La Vérité) is a 1960 French film directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.[1]


  • Brigitte Bardot as Dominique Marceau
  • Charles Vanel as Maître Guérin
  • Paul Meurisse as Maître Éparvier
  • Sami Frey as Gilbert Tellier
  • Marie-José Nat as Annie Marceau
  • Louis Seigner as Le président des assises
  • André Oumansky as Ludovic
  • Jacqueline Porel as La secrétaire de Me Guérin
  • Jean-Loup Reynold as Michel
  • Christian Lude as M. Marceau
  • Suzy Willy as Mme Marceau
  • Barbara Sommers as Daisy (as Barbara Sohmers)
  • René Blancard as L'avocat général
  • Fernand Ledoux as Le médecin légiste
  • Claude Berri as Georges

See also


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi

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