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Les moissons de l'océan (1998)

TV Movie  |   |  5 October 1998 (France)
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Credited cast:
Olivier Sitruk ...
Manuel Galvès
Dominique Guillo ...
Nicolas Galvès
Florence Darel ...
Violette Levasseur / Galvès
Roger Souza ...
Diego Galvèz
Alain Doutey ...
M. Baptiste Levasseur
Danièle Lebrun ...
Mme. Reine Levasseur
Nicolas Vaude ...
Lionel Levasseur
Julien Cafaro ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Catherine Alcover ...
Joël Barc
Violaine Barret
Jean Beghin
Jeff Bigot ...
Frédéric Bouchet


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Havets skördar  »

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An excellent TV film with quality actors.
17 November 2001 | by (Nevers, France) – See all my reviews

First part: The dialogue is effective, if not powerful, the sets show an exceptional attention to detail, the images possess a great beauty, the actors are talented. A work of really great quality.

Second part: This part offers an accurate portrait of the psychology of fishermen and clearly shows the antagonism which drives the two brothers apart.

Third part: Astonishingly, this part, much more sombre than the previous parts, is less convincing. The avalanche of bad luck which tumbles onto the Levasseur family weighs down the intrigue. This is a shame, because the actors' performances remains one of a rare quality.

Fourth part: This epilogue sometimes appears theatrical but maintains the (remarkable) quality of the acting, direction and cinematography which make this a choice piece of television.

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