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La Ligne de Démarcation

  • Film
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Time Out says

If you believe his autobiography, Chabrol shot this picture in an alcoholic stupor, partly due to physical discomfort (on location in the mid-winter Jura countryside), but mainly because he felt no affinity with the material, a wartime resistance drama with daring escapes, heroic self-sacrifice and little moral complexity. And yet it seems a well-controlled, perfectly respectable piece, directed for its surface values and not undermined by any knowing winks at the audience (except perhaps in the scenes with leather-coated Gestapo agents Maury and Gégauff). It's a rural counterpart of L'Armée des Ombres, and although that comparison is by no means annihilating, it does point up the low intensity of Chabrol's involvement.
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Release Details

  • Duration:120 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:Claude Chabrol
  • Screenwriter:le colonel Rémy
  • Cast:
    • Maurice Ronet
    • Jean Seberg
    • Daniel Gélin
    • Stéphane Audran
    • Jacques Perrin
    • Jean Yanne
    • Jean-Louis Maury
    • Paul Gégauff
    • Claude Berri
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