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La guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu (1981)

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Credited cast:
Anny Duperey ...
Helene
Pierre Santini ...
Hector
Jean Piat ...
Claude Piéplu ...
Demokos
Rosy Varte ...
Hecube
Geneviève Fontanel ...
Françoise Marie ...
Cassandre
Paul-Emile Deiber ...
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Michel Creton ...
Oiax
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Flore Bernard ...
La Paix
Marie-Anne Demarest ...
René Havard ...
Abneos
Francis Lemaire ...
Le géomètre
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28 February 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I knew this film under an alternate title: "Tiger at the Gates."

This is an interesting version of Jean Gireaudoux's play "There will be no Trojan War." It doesn't have particularly good acting, sets, or costumes, but it can be good for ideas if doing a stage production on your own. I did not like the added character of Iris, the rainbow goddess, but it did provide a few laughs.

Note: Paris is played, interestingly enough, by Lambert Wilson, otherwise known as the Merovingian, whom you may recognize from the Matrix: Reloaded movie.


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