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|Le Puits aux trois vérités|
|Directed by||François Villiers|
|Produced by||Irénée Leriche|
|Written by|| Henri Jeanson |
|Starring|| Michèle Morgan |
|Music by||Maurice Jarre|
Société Nouvelle des Établissements Gaumont (SNEG)
|Distributed by||Gaumont (France) |
Cameo International (USA)
|13 October 1961|
|Country||Italy / France|
Three Faces of Sin (French : Le Puits aux trois vérités) is a 1961 French language motion picture comedy directed by François Villiers, based on novel by Jean-Jaques Gauthier. The music score is by Maurice Jarre. The film stars Michèle Morgan, Jean-Claude Brialy, Catherine Spaak and Scilla Gabel.
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François Villiers Chevalier of the Legion of Honor was a French film director. He was responsible for several films, from Hans le marin in 1949, to Manika, une vie plus tard, in 1989, which won the Prix du Public at Cannes.
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