The Bottom Line Trailer

The Bottom Line Trailer (1976)

16 June 1976 Comedy 100 mins

An advertising photographer, François, has agreed to sell the poetic script of one of his friends to a porn-maker without his knowledge. But Christine, François' fiance, doesn't want him to do so, especially when the naive friend has succeeded in recruiting the young daughter of his employer to play in what he thinks is a romantic love movie.

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Pierre Richard

as François


as Christine

Renée Saint-Cyr

as Mme Ferroni

Gérard Jugnot

as Ploumenech

Sabine Azéma

as Mlle Claude Ferroni

Henri Guybet

as Mercier

Arlette Emmery

as La secrétaire

Valérie Mairesse

as Pierrette

Jean Michaud

as M. Ferroni

Jean Luisi

as Jules Sliman

Maitena Galli

as Mona Duroc

Michel Blanc

as Un copain du café-théâtre

Francis Lax

as L'automobiliste malchanceux

Jean Luisi

as Jules Sliman


Philippe Sarde

Original Music Composer

Maurice Fellous

Maurice Fellous Cinematography

International Releases Dates

France 16 June 1976

United States 07 July 1976

Production Companies

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