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Soeurs d'armes (1937)

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Credited cast:
Jeanne Sully ...
Louise de Bettignies
Josette Day ...
Léonie Vanhoutte
Thomy Bourdelle ...
Le juge Goldschmidt
Henriette Dupray ...
Madame Pandelaers
Gaston Dupray ...
Monsieur Lamote
Camille Bert ...
Jeanne Marie-Laurent ...
Madame Vanhoutte
Henri Defreyn
Alexandre Mihalesco
Léon Arvel
Odette Barencey
Janine Darcey
Le prêtre
Renée Ludger
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Francia Seguy


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2 December 1937 (France)  »

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Wapenzusters  »

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You didn't desert me,my sister in arms....
1 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Based on Louise De Bettignies's and one of her mates Leonie Vanhoutte's lives during WW1,when they were spies -the movie refuses this pejorative appellation-in the service of their homeland .

It was actually made to stir patriotic feelings ,like many other propaganda movies,in the years just before WW2;The first part of the movie is dull,monotonous,beginning with a four-minute lecture on this northern Joan of Arc ;directing is flat,and the characters are uninteresting.

Things go a little better in the third part (the movie is divided into three chapters "serving" "suffering" and "dying" )when the two actresses ,Jeanne Sully and Josette Day (who would be La Belle in Cocteau's classic) have some moving scenes together.

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