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Les hors-la-loi (1969)

Very very very very good movie. Excellent music from « Georges Moustaki» Takes place before the independence Algerian war. Shows how people restart to fight after a 100 year of colonization And after the end of «emir Abdelkader».

Director:

Tewfik Fares

Writer:

Tewfik Fares
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Sid Ahmed Agoumi Sid Ahmed Agoumi ... Slimane
Cheikh Nourredine Cheikh Nourredine ... Moh
Mohamed Chouikh Mohamed Chouikh ... Ali
Malek Kateb Malek Kateb ... Brahim (as Malek-Eddine Kateb)
Jacques Monod Jacques Monod ... L'administrateur
Jane Augier Jane Augier ... Hélène
Jean Bouise ... Marc
Djamila Djamila ... Zhera
Marien Bengharbi Marien Bengharbi ... Dawda (as Malika Bengharbi)
Areski Nebti Areski Nebti
Nourredine Agoulmine Nourredine Agoulmine ... (as N. Agoulmine)
José Villa José Villa
Yannick Brouville Yannick Brouville
Ali Doumi Ali Doumi
Mohamed Hamdi Mohamed Hamdi
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Slimane is an Algerian man in the french army during France occupation of Algeria, he get informed that his father is on death bed and his last wish is to see him before dying, the french army refuse to let Slimane see his dying father made him decide to run away, later he meets with 2 men and they become the 3 out-lows. Written by Akram Gus

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An interesting film
9 September 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

It's a rare and very underrated film I am speaking about. It's an Algerian film, taking place in Algeria just after WW2, a decade before war in this very country. The story of a bunch of young men who refuse to pay taxes for the French government and who go on rampage. OK it's not a very good film; bad directing, bad acting, awful editing, but nevertheless interesting to watch. It was released in France back in 1976, seven years after its making, and I am not surprised, as far as French officers are rather shown in a very negative way. Not the best Algerian movie ever made but Worth viewing. I'll try to see more items of this kind and then comment them.


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Country:

Algeria

Language:

Arabic | French

Release Date:

29 December 1976 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Al kharijun an al qanum See more »

Filming Locations:

Béjaïa, Algeria

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