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Pierre Brossolette ou les passagers de la lune (2015)

The story of Pierre Brossolette, who was a talented student, journalist and a defender of human rights.

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Coline Serreau

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Didier Decoin, Samuel Tasinaje (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julien Baumgartner ... Pierre Brossolette
Léa Drucker ... Gilberte
Charles Petit Charles Petit ... Passy
François Feroleto François Feroleto ... Forest Yeo-Thomas
Éric Naggar Éric Naggar ... Préfet Bollaert
Victor Quilichini Victor Quilichini ... Claude
Bernard Alane ... Général de Gaulle
Frédéric Sauzay Frédéric Sauzay ... Colonel Rémy
Jeanne Hatier Jeanne Hatier ... Anne
Jorg Schnass Jorg Schnass ... Misselwitz (as Jörg Schnass)
Joe Sheridan ... Churchill
Quentin Baillot Quentin Baillot ... Jean Moulin
Julien Renon Julien Renon ... Henri Frenay
Philippe Vieux Philippe Vieux ... Charles Vallin
Michel Lagueyrie Michel Lagueyrie ... Le Capitaine de la Ferme
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Portrait of Pierre Brossolette: talented student, visionary journalist, politically committed and fervent defender of human rights. During the Second World War, the intellectual was revealed as a man of action, winning fame in the Resistance. Arrested by the Germans early in 1944, he died a few weeks later aged 40. Written by tvguide.co.uk

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France

Language:

French

Release Date:

26 May 2015 (France) See more »

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Pierre Brossolette See more »

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decent portrait
23 September 2018 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

It could seems be pathetic. Or full of cliches. Or blank . In fact, it represents a honest portrait of a legendary personality of French Resistence . Julien Baumgarter works for a decent character traits. And he does a real good job. The atmosphere is inspired created and the film has the virtue to be an useful introduction to the life and work of Pierre Bossolette. A film who could be defined as superficial but its purpose is not to be more than a reasonable sketch. And it is a good one. For me, the only problem is Churchill of Joe Sheridan. A not significant presence, off course, but the British actor has the unluck to be more Alfred Hitchcock than the Prime Minister. Sure, a film who has the same recipe like many others about the French heroes of WWII. But , only the French sensitivity could understand the importance of nuances and the status of films for popular culture. So, a decent sketch.


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