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1974 | Color | 65 min

A clockmaker learns from the police that his son has committed a crime and fled with his girlfriend. As he tries to come to terms with the news, he finds himself implicated in the crime

Country: Francia
Direction: Tavernier; Bertrand
Script: Bost; Pierre, Aurenche; Jean, Tavernier; Bertrand
Production: Danon; Raymond
Photography: Glen; Pierre-William
Sound: Maury; Herald
Music: Sarde; Philippe
Cast:Rochefort; Jean, Denis; Jacques, Afonso; Yves, Berteau; Julián, Hiling; Jaques, Noiret; Philippe
Art direction: Hoss; André
Participation year at FICM: 2007

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