Long March

(1966)
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In June 1944, a young doctor, Chevalier, under the threat of guns, is forced to treat a wounded man in a camp of resistance fighters (maquisards). He recognizes the man, minister of the Third Republic, called Morel by his companions. Carnot, the chief of the maquisards, is suspicious of a doctor who expressly disapproves of the resistance and wants to have him shot as soon as he has treated Morel. Philippe, who is second in command, intervenes in favor of the Chevalier. Meanwhile, peasants denounce the maquisards to the Nazis and the camp is surrounded by the Germans. The camp is saved thanks to Philippe who takes command of the group. He decides to leave the shelter and they begin the long march through the Cévennes to rally maquisard Napoleon in the Vercors...

  1. Alexandre Astruc

    Director, Writer

  2. Jean-Charles Tacchella

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Maurice Ronet

    Maurice Ronet

    Dr Chevalier

  2. Jean-Louis Trintignant

    Jean-Louis Trintignant

    Philippe

  3. Jean-Pierre Kalfon

    Jean-Pierre Kalfon

    Pitou

  4. Robert Hossein

    Robert Hossein

    Carnot

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Original Title La longue marche

Status Released

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  • May 31, 1966
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 30m

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