LE JOUR SE LÈVE
LE JOUR SE LÈVE
Type of media Film
Approved Running time 91m 42s
Release date 03/10/2014
BBFCInsight nudity, mild violence, sex references, mild bad language
Director(s) Marcel Carné
Cast includes Jean Gabin, Jules Berry, Arletty, Mady Berry, René Génin, Arthur Devère, René Bergeron
Cut This work was passed uncut.
BBFCinsight publication date 23/09/2014
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LE JOUR SE LEVE is a 1939 French crime thriller which tells the story of a man who hides in his apartment following a murder, as crowds and the police wait outside.
In one scene a character enters an apartment and sees a woman standing naked in the bath with a towel. There is brief sight of breast nudity.
A man is seen stumbling from a room after being shot, clutching his stomach before falling down stairs. In another sequence a character holds a gun to his chest and a shot is fired.
There are some mild sex references, such as when a man and a woman lie on a bed and the woman complains about having no love life. The man says that he prefers the mornings, and asks her to pull the curtains, the implication being that they are about to have sex. In one scene a man taunts his enemy, telling him that he attracts young women and offering to provide more details of such encounters.
The film contains mild bad language, such as 'bloody', 'hell' and 'damn'.
Characters are shown smoking in several scenes. The film also includes verbal references to suicide, and a scene implying a character has taken his own life.
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