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1989 | Color | 135 min

Two years after the end of the First World War, Irene and Alice search desperately for the men they loved

Country: Francia
Direction: Tavernier; Bertrand
Script: Tavernier; Bertrand, Cosmos; Jean
Production: Prévos; Albert, Cleitman; René, Bourboulon; Frédéric
Photography: de Keyser; Bruno
Sound: Lamps; Gérard, Desrois; Michel
Music: Cosmos; Jean, d’Andréa; Oswald
Cast:Vignal; Pascale, Barrier; Maurice, Perrot; François, Dubois; Jean-pol, Russo; Daniel, Gilbert; Arlette, Lyonnet; Louis, Noiret; Philippe, Duchaussoy; Michel, Azéma; Sabine
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Participation year at FICM: 2007

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