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A Tear in the Ocean

A Tear in the Ocean

A Feature film by Henri Glaeser

Produced by Les Films Oniris

Release in France : 01/03/1973

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Actors (8)

Production and distribution (3)

Executive Producer :

Les Films Oniris

French distribution :

Cocinor

Co-productions :

O.R.T.F., Films R.P.

Synopsis

The movie is an examination of men facing an agonizing philosophical choice: whether to affirm another kind of dignity as men by offering resistance to the tyrants (even if that resistance is almost suicidally sure to fail). It is indeed the question which haunts Jews even now: did they go too quietly to their hideous slaughter at Hitler's hands, and what effective choice was there? In a country castles where a catholic count has been selling off the family treasures to sustain a resistance army, he keeps them hidden in subterranean stables on the grounds. But the ironies of choice are not dealt with. The count's guerrillas are fighting for Poland, not for the Jews, and indeed they resent the count's open-handed humanity. There is a tragedy beyond the tragedy.

Source : IMDb

Full credits (9)

Executive Producers :

Henri Glaeser, Michel Zemer

Author of original work :

Manès Sperber

Director of Photography :

Claude Lecomte

Production Manager :

Daniel Riché

Music Composer :

Joseph Lemovitz

Assistant Director :

Claude Vital

Screenwriters :

Henri Glaeser, Alec-Pierre Quince

Sound Recordist :

Guy Villette

Editor :

Georges Arnstam

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

French

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

1973

French release :

01/03/1973

Runtime :

1 h 26 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

38241

Visa issue date :

09/01/1973

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Audio format :

Mono