Terrorists in Retirement
Time Out saysIn 1943 the Nazis executed 24 Resistance 'terrorists'. The victims were Jews, mainly from Eastern Europe, mainly communists. Boucault interviews the survivors of the group - septuagenarians re-enacting the heroism of youth - and suggests de Gaulle and the leaders of the French Underground 'sacrificed' their comrades. That the film was suppressed in France for years suggests he may be right.