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Soldier Martin

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Martin soldat

Comedy - 1966 - Color
Director : Michel DEVILLE
90 minutes
Visa # 31 503
Isan # 0000-0001-6E40-0000-U-0000-0000-L
Production : Les Films de la Pléiade

With : Robert HIRSCH, Véronique VENDELL, Walter RILLA, Paul-Emile DEIBER, Marlène JOBERT

Screenplay by Maurice Rheims.



SUMMARY
During the Occupation, shortly before D-Day, an itinerant theatre company performs from town to town in Normandy. Martin, the lead actor, who wears a German uniform for his part, is captured by the allied forces. His passion and talent for the theatre is so great that the Americans assign him a mission to assassinate Hitler... Constantly changing costumes, he shuttles between Gestapo headquarters and Resistance hideouts, getting himself out of every situation with panache. He is hailed as a national hero. But on his own, he is rejected by the Comédie Française, which dismisses him as a second rate actor.

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