Capitaine Conan Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for Capitaine Conan the Movie

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On the Bulgarian border in 1918, during the last clashes of WWI, Conan (Torreton) is a fearless, impulsive warrior, reserving his respect only for his men. Although armistice is finally declared, the troops stationed in the Balkans are not demobilized and become increasingly fractious. This causes a rift between Conan and his educated friend Norbert (Le Bihan), who's been appointed a military legal representative. They are warily reunited in defense of a soldier (Val) charged with desertion, while still dealing with the ravages of the long conflict. Adapted from the book by Roger Vercel; French with subtitles.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 129 minutes.
Originally from French.

Cast and Crew

World War I, Buddies
Bertrand Tavernier, Jean Cosmos
Philippe Torreton, Samuel Le Bihan, Bernard Le Coq, Francois Berleand, Claude Rich, Catherine Rich, Pierre Val
Alain Choquart
Bertrand Tavernier
Oswald D'Andrea
Alain Sarde, Frederic Bourboulon


Cesar 1997: Actor (Torreton), Director (Tavernier), Film.

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