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The War Is Over


Yves Montand, Ingrid Thulin, Geneviève Bujold, Jean Dasté View All


Alain Resnais (Director) View All

Release: May 11th, 1966
Runtime: 1 hour, 57 minutes
France, 1965. A man with many names, an exiled Spanish Communist in his forties, begins to accept the futility of his long struggle against the dictatorship of General Franco, who has suffocated his country with an iron hand since the end of the Civil War in 1939, when he learns that some of his comrades who work undercover in Spain are being cornered by the authorities. (Followed by “Roads to the South,” 1978.)
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mark f
After the suspenseful opening scene where Diego and his comrade are pulled over at the French border by the Authorities, the next important scene is his meeting of Nadine (Genevive Bujold in her film debut).


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