My Baby is Black

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My Baby is Black (Les lâches vivent d'espoir) (1961, France) is a Shocksploitation film directed by Claude Bernard-Aubert.


Main Details

  • Released on March 1, 1961
  • B&W
  • Running time: 75 minutes
  • Production Co.: Athos Films | Groupement des Editeurs de Films | Lodice
  • Distribution Co.: Comacico (1961) (France) (theatrical) | American Film Distributing Corporation (AFDC) (1965) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) | U.S. Films (1966) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) (as 'My Baby Is Black')
  • Directed by Claude Bernard-Aubert
  • Written by Claude Bernard-Aubert and Jean Rousselot
  • Starring: Gordon Heath, Françoise Giret, Aram Stephan

Plot Summary

  • Daniel and Françoise are an interracial couple. When Daniel is introduced to Françoise's conservative family, their love for each other is soon tested as tensions rise between the two races.


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