The Verdict

(1959)
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WW2 is coming to an end ;on the seaside,resistant fighters are captured and imprisoned in a basement ;within an hour ,all of them will be shot .An hour of fear ,of impossible dreams ,of false hopes .Based on a Bernanos play ,it sometimes recall ,by the subject of sacrifice (a sacrifice of an average human being is not an average one),"Dialogue Des Carmélites ",in which nuns ,during the French Revolution,were guillotined ,because they would have betrayed their faith if they had accepted the new rules).

  1. Jean Valère

    Director

  2. Robert Hossein

    Writer

  3. Marcel Moussy

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Hossein

    Robert Hossein

    Georges

  2. Roger Hanin

    Roger Hanin

    Antoine

  3. Marina Vlady

    Marina Vlady

    Catherine

  4. Béatrice Bretty

  5. Lucien Raimbourg

    Lucien Raimbourg

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The Verdict
The Verdict

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Original Title La sentence

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 1, 1959
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

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