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Death, Where Is Your Victory?

Death, Where Is Your Victory?

A Feature film by Hervé Bromberger

Produced by Filmel

Release in France : 10/01/1964

    Synopsis

    Laure (Pascale Audrei) enters a convent to escape the real world and surround herself in pity in this distaff drama that plays like a soap opera. As a young girl she is accused of lesbian leanings towards another girl when her brother turns her letter over to her father. A priest tries to help Laure when she attends a religious school, and a man with an invalid wife falls for Laure before she loses her virginity to a doctor. She chooses to take refuge in a convent to isolate herself from any further bad experiences.

    Source : allmovie.com

    Actors (16)

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Filmel

    French distribution :

    Gaumont

    Full credits (9)

    Executive Producer :

    Eugène Lepicier

    Author of original work :

    Daniel-Rops

    Director of Photography :

    Pierre Petit

    Production Manager :

    Georges Casati

    Music Composer :

    Maurice Jarre

    Adaptation :

    Daniel-Rops

    Screenwriter :

    Daniel-Rops

    Sound Recordist :

    Jean-Claude Marchetti

    Editor :

    Pierre Gillette

    Technical details

    Feature film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Drama

    Production language :

    French

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French

    Production year :

    1963

    French release :

    10/01/1964

    Runtime :

    2 h 13 min

    Current status :

    Released

    Visa number :

    27797

    Visa issue date :

    03/01/1964

    Approval :

    Unknown

    Production formats :

    35mm

    Color type :

    Black & White

    Aspect ratio :

    CinemaScope

    Audio format :

    Mono