Les alsaciens - ou les deux Mathilde (1996)

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Cécile Bois ...
 Mathilde #1
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 Mathilde #2
Jean-Pierre Miquel ...
 Baron Kempf
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 Wismar-Marbach #1
Jacques Coltelloni ...
 Charles de la Tour #1
Julien Lambroschini ...
 Louis #1
Irina Wanka ...
 Frédérike
Bruno Madinier ...
 Armand
Michel Voïta ...
 Louis #2
Catherine Aymerie ...
 Alexandra
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 Karl
Sébastien Tavel ...
 Edouard #1
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 Franzl #1
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 Yerri #1
Caroline Tresca ...
 Katel Laugel
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12 November 1996 (France)  »

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Cena nadziei  »

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A good movie but it contains too much French propaganda
24 January 2007 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

The movie contains too much French propaganda. The Alsatian don't feel like French, they feel like Alsatians. I live 15 miles away from Strasbourg, I have to know it. The movie starts in the year 1870 with The German-French War, but a important historical fact is missing: The Alsace was originally German from the Middle-Age up to Louis XIV, who conquered parts of this country. The citizens, villages and cities all have German names. A great actor in this series for me it's Stanislas Carre De Malberg who plays his role very well.The movie contains too much French propaganda. The Alsatian don't feel like French, they feel like Alsatians. I live 15 miles away from Strasbourg, I have to know it. The movie starts in the year 1870 with The German-French War, but a important historical fact is missing: The Alsace was originally German from the Middle-Age up to Louis XIV, who conquered parts of this country. The citizens, villages and cities all have German names. A great actor in this series for me it's Stanislas Carre De Malberg who plays his role very well.The movie contains too much French propaganda. The Alsatian don't feel like French, they feel like Alsatians. I live 15 miles away from Strasbourg, I have to know it. The movie starts in the year 1870 with The German-French War, but a important historical fact is missing: The Alsace was originally German from the Middle-Age up to Louis XIV, who conquered parts of this country. The citizens, villages and cities all have German names. A great actor in this series for me it's Stanislas Carre De Malberg who plays his role very well.The movie contains too much French propaganda. The Alsatian don't feel like French, they feel like Alsatians. I live 15 miles away from Strasbourg, I have to know it. The movie starts in the year 1870 with The German-French War, but a important historical fact is missing: The Alsace was originally German from the Middle-Age up to Louis XIV, who conquered parts of this country. The citizens, villages and cities all have German names. A great actor in this series for me it's Stanislas Carre De Malberg who plays his role very well.


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