Quiet Days in Clichy (film)

For the novel by Henry Miller, see Quiet Days in Clichy.
Quiet Days in Clichy
Directed by Claude Chabrol
Produced by Pietro Innocenzi
Antonio Passalia
Screenplay by Claude Chabrol
Ugo Leonzio
Based on Quiet Days in Clichy
by Henry Miller
Starring Andrew McCarthy
Nigel Havers
Barbara De Rossi
Music by Jean-Michel Bernard
Luigi Ceccarelli
Matthieu Chabrol
Cinematography Jean Rabier
Edited by Monique Fardoulis
AZ Film Production
Italfrance Films
Istituto Luce
Cofimage 2
Release dates
9 May 1990
Running time
120 min.
Country France
Language French

Quiet Days in Clichy (French: "Jours tranquilles à Clichy") is a 1990 film directed by Claude Chabrol. It is based on the autobiographical novel Quiet Days in Clichy by Henry Miller.[1]

The novel was previously adapted into a 1970 Danish film.


American Henry Miller enjoys a wide variety of sexual escapades while also working hard to establish himself as a serious writer in Paris.

Principal cast

Actor Role
Andrew McCarthy Henry Miller, aka Joey
Nigel Havers Alfred Perlès, aka Karl
Barbara De Rossi Nys
Stéphanie Cotta Colette Ducarouge
Isolde Barth Ania Regentag
Anna Galiena Edith
Stéphane Audran Adrienne
Mario Adorf Regentag
Margit Evelyn Newton Bernadette
Eva Grimaldi Yvonne
Thomas Chabrol A guest


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