Jours tranquilles à Clichy (1990) AKA Quiet Days in Clichy


Sexual escapades with a parade of beautiful women distract an American Author trying to establish himself in post WWI Paris. Henry, the young author, travels through brothels and the streets of Paris, making friends and falling in love along the way. The dark underbelly of the city is explored in nights of drunken revelry as Henry’s exploits become increasingly lascivious.

Director: Claude Chabrol. AKA Quiet Days in Clichy.
Writers: Claude Chabrol, Ugo Leonzio, Henry Miller (novel).
Stars: Andrew McCarthy, Nigel Havers, Barbara De Rossi, Stéphanie Cotta, Isolde Barth, Eva Grimaldi, Anna Galiena, Jacques Brunet, Stéphane Audran, Mario Adorf, Dominique Zardi, Beatrice Kruger, Jurgen Marsh, Dominique Zardi, Matthieu Chabrol, Thomas Chabrol, Brigitte Chamarande, Brigitte Christensen, Vinicio Diamanti, Giuditta Del Vecchio, Myriam Druelle, Federica Farnese, Elide Melli, Henri Attal, Pierre Gérard, Vadim Glowna, Jean-Marie Arnoux, Hélène Benayon, Lazaro Grun, Claire Hammond, Michel Jurbet, Jean-François Klein, Jean-Claude Lecas, Maria Cristina Mastrangeli, Patrick Moreau, Harish Powar, Margie Newton, Regina Josefa Rodríguez, Hélène Shani, Rocco Renato D’Urso, Isabelle Wolfe.


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Note: Despite being a French production, this movie was mostly shot in English. Reportedly only about 10% is not in English, which is dubbed into English on the English audio track.

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    July 25, 2022

    Was just looking for this after finally watching the earlier and notorious 1970 Danish adaptation. That version, a contemporary update rather than a period piece, features a score by Country Joe and the Fish. Thanks for posting!

  2. Tveitt Irgens
    July 26, 2022

    Thank you very much!

  3. Gerald L. Austin
    July 31, 2022

    One of the very first scenes in this movie was a beautiful naked woman….I was hooked! And Collette was an absolute ‘heartthrob’. The dirty language used in the film was not common in that era, The movie wasn’t just an erotic film, but a rather quite humorous. A good addition.

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