Marcel Cerdan as himself, well what a legend as a box champ, but he's not that good at playing himself, maybe because of the director Léon Mathot, I don't remember having seen any of his movies, but this one is one of his last and the direction is generally poor, we even don't see the fights, just listen them on radio. And when we see the fights, they are badly shot as the entire movie. It remains a precious document, but Marcel Cerdan deserved a much better director. Alfred Adam is quite punchy and Blanchette Brunoy still so lovely.
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