LA VIE ET RIEN D' AUTRE by Bertrand Tavernier

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Γαλλία/France, 1989, εγχρ./col.
Σκην./Dir.: Bertrand Tavernier. Σεν./Scr.: Jean Cosmos, Bertrand Tavernier. Φωτ./Cin.: Bruno de Keyzer. Μοντ./Ed.: Armand Psenny. Μουσ./Mus.: Oswald d'Andrea. Ηθ./Cast: Philippe Noiret, Sabine Azéma, Pascale Vignal. Παρ./Prod.: Frédéric Bourboulon, Hachette Première, AB Films, Little Bear. Sales: Institut Français de Grèce. Διάρκεια/Dur.: 135΄.

January 1920. 350,000 French soldiers remain missing in action. Major Dellaplane, a military bureaucrat, hates the idea of “the unknown soldier”. Driven by honor and ethics, tirelessly matches the dead and the wounded with families' descriptions trying to catalogue the actual casualties of WWI. Into his sector, looking for her husband, comes a haughty, politically connected Parisian, Madame Irène de Courtil. Her impression of him, from their first encounter, is the least charming but as their paths running parallel and she sees his courage and resolve, her feelings change towards something more serious.

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