A small town in the south-west of France, summer of 1944. Having failed to join the resistance, the 18 year old Lucien Lacombe, whose father is a prisoner in Germany and whose mother dates her employer, works for the German police. He then meets France Horn, the daughter of a rich jewish tailor. Written by
Vincent Merlaud <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The film was considered rather controversial at the time as it showed a more accurate depiction of the ratio of collaborators to resistance unlike many other French produced films that suggest there were very few collaborators due to the sense of betrayal felt. See more
Filthy Jew! They all have syphilis! You hear me? She'll give it to you! Let me go! I want to talk to the filthy bitch! She has no right! Let me go! Let me go! Let me go!
Referenced in The 100 Greatest War Films
Performed by Irène de Trebert
Lyrics by Louis Poterat
Music by Raymond Legrand See more