Too Late to Love

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Pourquoi viens-tu si tard?
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Directed by Henri Decoin
Written byHenri Decoin
Pierre Roustang
Albert Valentin
Michel Audiard
Starring Michèle Morgan
Henri Vidal
Distributed by Cinédis
Release date
6 May 1959
Running time
100 min

Pourquoi viens-tu si tard? (also known as Why Do You Come So Late? or US title: Too Late to Love) is a 1959 French drama film directed by Henri Decoin who co-wrote screenplay with Pierre Roustang, Albert Valentin and Michel Audiard (dialogue). The films stars Michèle Morgan and Henri Vidal.

It tells the story of an alcoholic female lawyer who help a boy convicted for murder.

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