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A muggy Saigon, late 1945. Stationed at a military camp in French Indochina, two young men--Robert and André--become close friends as they share the boredom and excitement of waiting for... See more »

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Abraham Belaga ...
Robert Tual
Emile Berling ...
André Cariou
Mike N'Guyen ...
Quoc
Kool Shen ...
Le colonel Damien
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Jacques
Clément Roussier ...
Le lieutenant Delappe
Dominique Engelhardt ...
Hans
Béléina Win ...
La chanteuse enceinte
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Caporal Samuel
Terry Pellet ...
Soler
Samuel Bartholin ...
Pierre
Emmanuel Scheffer ...
Francis
Edouard Fouqueray ...
Franck
Romain Levi ...
Soldat Barbier
Antoine Bancel ...
Mattei
Jean-Benoît Berthuin ...
Wilfried
Fabrice Bernard ...
Salant
Bunna Keo ...
Supplétif
Jean-Baptiste Phou ...
Khiêm
Julien Drion ...
Pascal
Pierre Khorsand ...
Orlando
Arnaud Roux ...
Marcellin
Steve Tran ...
Tran
Johann Dionnet ...
Brunelle
Bun-Hok Lim ...
Bat
Naseat Pov ...
Ky
Naofumi Watabe ...
Officier japonais
Patrick Vo ...
Nguyen Binh
Benoît Carré ...
Capitaine opium
Pierre Lottin ...
Commando noir
Bruno Tomassi ...
Radio
Christophe Moiselet ...
Radio
Yann Defond
Antonin Marcault
Stéphane Routtier
Stéphane Bestiale
Benoît Seguin
Thibault Bailly
Clément Pialoux
Eric Lim
Guillaume Bannel
Florent Montméat
Bruno Schell
Julien Roumy
Damien Sueur
Emmanuel Pezard
Anslau La Planeta
Thomas Guyon
Guilain Brasset
Romain Rondet
Bertrand Constant
Bob Couttie ...
French Colonial

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Erick Zonca ... (attached)

Written by

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Georges Campana ... (original idea)
 
Olivier Lorelle ... (screenplay)
 
Erick Zonca ... (screenplay) (dialogue) (adaptation)

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Georges Campana ... producer
David Mitnik ... line producer

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Flemming Nordkrog

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Stéphane Vallée

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Philippe Kotlarski

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Jean Marie Blezo ... colorist
Muriel Douvry ... first assistant editor
Ana Garcia ... additional editor
Stéphane Thiébaut ... sound mixer

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Sreyra In
Annette Trumel

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Benoit Cisilkiewick

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Hélène Maroutian

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Cyril Fontaine

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Linda Eisenhamerova ... key hair stylist
Gabriela Polakova ... key makeup artist

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Nicolas Houlot ... unit manager

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Martina Götthansova ... second assistant director
Sreyra In ... third assistant director
Tomas Pavlacky ... first assistant director

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Teddy Barouh ... graphic designer
Michel Charvaz ... property master
Maite Goblet ... assistant art director
Stephane Perazzi ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Christophe Bourreau ... foley artist
Guadalupe Cassius ... dialogue editor
Pierre Choukroun ... supervising sound editor
Antonin Dalmasso ... foley recordist
Jacques Descomps ... assistant auditorium
Maxence Dussère ... sound re-recording mixer trainee
Alexis Leverve ... adr recordist
Pierre Mertens ... sound mixer
Stéphane Thiébaut ... re-recording mixer

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Jérôme Auffret ... digital compositor
Serhat Baykal ... digital compositor
Tony Botella ... digital compositor
Jeremie Costard ... digital compositor
Olivier Emery ... visual effects producer
Hubert Fourneaux ... visual effects coordinator
Fabien Girodot ... visual effects supervisor
Elen Moalic ... digital compositor
Fabienne Mouillac ... digital compositor
Audrey Schnell ... post production secretary

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François Belin ... assistant camera
Loïc Bouladjat ... gaffer
Ondrej Kos ... second assistant camera: b camera
Jérôme Prébois ... still photographer
Denoël Riche ... electrician

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Winifrey Bandera-Guzman ... casting assistant

Music Department

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Pierre Choukroun ... composer: additional music
Jeff Genie ... composer agent

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Plot Summary

A muggy Saigon, late 1945. Stationed at a military camp in French Indochina, two young men--Robert and André--become close friends as they share the boredom and excitement of waiting for their first mission. But when they discover that instead of freeing Indochina from foreign aggressors, they will be fighting natives struggling for independence, their friendship is jeopardized. Andre is shattered, but Robert is unfazed. He'll fight any enemy of France, to the death. While Robert is assigned to lead a commando operation against the Viet Minh, Andre chooses to join the freedom fighters. They've chosen their sides, once friends they must now be enemies. Their paths diverge--until the day they come face to face again. At a detention camp for French prisoners, André spots a prisoner who looks a lot like Robert. Written by Lagardère Entertainment

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Also Known As
  • White Soldier (World-wide, English title)
  • The White Soldier (World-wide, English title)
  • Biały żołnierz (Poland)
  • A fehér katona (Hungary)
  • Белый солдат (Russia)
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  • 146 min
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