Confessions of a Choire Boy Trailer

Confessions of a Choire Boy Trailer (1977)

29 January 1977 Drama 89 mins

A twelve year old boy who lives in a small town where strict social codes are observed, joins the choir to get to know a young girl of his own age whom he has seen at mass.

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Cast

Maurice Biraud

as Le Père

Danièle Ajoret

as La mère

Pierre Olaf

as L'abbé Lohm

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 29 January 1977

United States 12 August 1977

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