Life Is Ours (1936)

12/04/1937 (US) DramaHistory 1h 6m
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Overview

A propaganda film of the communist party of France, showing how the comrades help the proletariat against the capitalists.

  1. Jacques Becker

    Director, Writer

  2. Jacques Brunius

    Director, Writer

  3. Jean Renoir

    Director, Writer

  4. Pierre Unik

    Director, Writer

  5. Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Director

  6. Maurice Lime

    Director

  7. André Zwoboda

    Director

  8. Jean-Paul Le Chanois

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jean Dasté

    Jean Dasté

    L'instituteur / Teacher

  2. Nadia Sibirskaïa

    Nadia Sibirskaïa

    Ninette - l'amie de René

  3. Gaston Modot

    Gaston Modot

    Philippe - le neveu des Lecocq

  4. Madeleine Sologne

    Madeleine Sologne

    Une ouvrière de l'usine

  5. Vladimir Sokoloff

    Vladimir Sokoloff

    Un vieillard dans le cortège final

  6. Gabrielle Fontan

    Gabrielle Fontan

    Madame Lecocq

  7. Henri Pons

    Monsieur Lecocq

  8. Charles Blavette

    Charles Blavette

    Tonin (as Blavette)

  9. Jacques Brunius

    Jacques Brunius

    Le président du conseil d'administration

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Life Is Ours

Original Title La Vie est à nous

Status Released

Original Language French

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