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Jusqu'au bout (2005)

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Credited cast:
Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu ... Vincent Guérin
Rachid Bouali Rachid Bouali ... Khader Abdelli
Jean-Paul Dubois Jean-Paul Dubois ... Roger Depierre
Robert Lucibello Robert Lucibello ... Dino
Didier Agostini Didier Agostini ... André
Xavier Memeteau Xavier Memeteau ... Raymond
Moussa Rerzki Moussa Rerzki ... Ferhat
Didier Raymond Didier Raymond ... Le préfet
Laurent Manzoni Laurent Manzoni ... Berton
Xavier de Guillebon Xavier de Guillebon ... Raincy
Lisa Livane Lisa Livane ... Mado
Christophe Huysman Christophe Huysman ... Kerboul
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pierre Aussedat Pierre Aussedat ... Buchot
Karim Belkhadra ... Mouloud
Zoon Besse Zoon Besse ... Guido


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26 November 2005 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Fabrik brennt See more »

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A realistic movie about a strike that might have turn into a national drama.
26 November 2005 | by christian-romainSee all my reviews

This is a great "realist" movie. It's based upon a true story and wonderfully highlights the hopes, despair, fear and fraternity of workers during a strike in a small factory, as well as the lights and shadows of a political negotiation.

A textile factory is suddenly closed, when the boss vanishes while it appears that the management has been a total failure. Close-out : 153 workers are likely to be thrown away. They just refuse. The factory contains various stocks of dangerous stuff, among which 54 tons of a highly-explosive material. The workers warn that if they are not helped anyhow, by any official mean, they will destroy the factory - and the whole city. A senior syndicalist joins them, to help them organize the strike and run the negotiation. Based on a true story (The Cellatex factory case in Givet, France, in the late 90's), this movie is built on a very realistic "parti-pris" : short scenes, almost no music, close-up, everyday language... But every scene, every line would provide us with a piece of information about who are these men and women, why they fight, what they hope and fear... The main character, the syndicalist (Bernard-Pierre Donadieu) is just great, wonderfully credible in the position of a men torn between his understanding of the desperate workers and his awareness of the necessity of compromising. All in all, a great TV movie. Bravo !

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