Les Patates

(1969)
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In a village in the Ardennes, during the German occupation, finding rations is becoming almost impossible. Clovis, an ordinary labourer, decides to cross the occupied zone to bring back enough potatoes to feed his family. His plan is a success but Clovis rapidly becomes obsessed with storing the precious tubers.

  1. Claude Autant-Lara

    Director, Writer

  2. Jacques Vaucherot

    Novel

  3. Jean Aurenche

    Writer

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  1. Pierre Perret

    Clovis Parizel

  2. Henri Virlojeux

    Henri Virlojeux

    Parizel père

  3. Bérangère Dautun

    Mathilde

  4. Christine Aurel

    Christine Aurel

    La voyageuse

  5. Pascale Roberts

    Pascale Roberts

    Fifine

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Les Patates
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Status Released

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  • November 22, 1969
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 35m

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