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Le Franc-tireur

Le Franc-tireur

A Feature film by Jean-Max Causse, Roger Taverne

Produced by Les Acacias

Release in France : 16/01/2002

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Actors (11)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

Les Acacias

French distribution :

Les Acacias


July 21, 1994. The Vercors plateau in France is invaded by German troops who’ve decided to wipe out the snipers who are hidden there.
Michel Perrat has come to his grandmother’s place to hole up and wait out the war. After the village is attacked, Michel flees for his life and falls in with a handful of Resistance members and civilians who’ve banded together by chance. Just when they’re about to escape, they run up against German soldiers. The allies and Gaullists had promised aid but this becomes a pipe dream.
Perrat spends 3 days with these men, surviving the rugged conditions and miraculously escaping ambushes and shootouts.
The men are cornered and hide out in a deserted abbey, but not for long. Betrayed by one of their own members, they must make a run for it. The enemy closes in.
Perrat’s companions begin to die one after the other. Only three of them make it to an extraordinary stone labyrinth, with the Germans close on their heels.
Michel Perrat will be the only one to make it out.


Full credits (11)

Executive Producers :

Francis Leroi, Alain Dahan

Screenwriters :

Jean-Max Causse, Roger Taverne, Pierre Degregori

Assistant Operator :

Anne Khripounoff

Editor :

Annabelle Le Doeuff

Music Composers :

Bob Mathieu, Pierre Fanen

Sound Mixer :

Jack Jullian

Assistant directors :

Hélène Bernardin, Hélène Muller

Director of Photography :

Yves Lafaye

Press Attaché (film) :

Matilde Incerti

Continuity supervisor :

Catherine Dodd

Foley artist :

Robert Pouret

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Feature film

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100% French

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1 h 12 min

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