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Vive la bombe! (2006)

TV Movie  -   -  History  -  16 March 2007 (France)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cyril Descours ...
Philippe
Olivier Barthelemy ...
Fred
Matthieu Boujenah ...
Javiez
Damien Jouillerot ...
Jojo
Bernard Le Coq ...
Antoine
Nadine Marcovici ...
Louise
Lionel Abelanski ...
Le géologue
Gilles Arbona ...
Le général
Christophe Odent ...
Le ministre de la guerre
François Sinapi ...
Le colonel
Jean-Pol Brissart ...
L'ingénieur atomiste
Christian Ruché ...
Le physicien
Renaud Foisy ...
Le métérologue
Christian Brendel ...
Le docteur
Daniel Tonachella ...
L'homme en gris
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Es lebe die Bombe!  »

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Les 2 visages
Music composed by Louis Sclavis
Editions Jean-Marie Salhani/Indigenes
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Really sad!
5 April 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I realise that any review of the subject matter of this TV film will contain bias. The film is loaded against the French decision makers who sanctioned the tests in Northern Africa in the early sixties. Whether it is completely factually true does not matter. It is compelling drama with a central performance that is quite outstanding. The four soldiers who carry the film's message are of mixed French and North African background. Three of them are non commissioned (using UK terminology), the fourth, the nominal leader, is a very young lieutenant who has had training. During the course of the events depicted he transforms from a gung-ho, unquestioning soldier to a disillusioned victim. French cinema should have taken a more serious note of Descour's performance, it is incredibly brilliant, and because the French language is not quite as obvious as English, it has unspoken nuances that beat words. But France is full of young, talented actors.


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