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La Guerre Est Finie (1966)
Rating:
Starring: Yves Montand, Ingrid Thulin, Genevieve Bujold
Director: Alain Resnais
Category: Drama, Foreign
Studio: Image Ent.
Subtitles:
English
Length:
116 mins

 
 

 

For some soldiers, the war is never over.Legendary "New Wave" director Alain Resnais (Last Year at Marienbad) helms this emotionally charged suspense-drama set in France and the streets of fascist Spain starring European film icon Yves Montand (Jean de Florette), a young Genevieve Bujold (Coma) in one of her first screen appearances and the radiant Ingrid Thulin (Wild Strawberries).Audiences and critics alike hailed La Guerre Est Finie as an instant success in 1967 when it won a series of international awards and topped The New York Times best films list.

Diego (Montand) is an aging revolutionary unwilling to accept that the fight for freedom should be passed to younger hands.While on the run from government agents and police, Diego begins to reflect on the meaning of his life of violent, idealistic struggles and whether it might be better to simply retire and live in peace with his long-suffering mistress (Thulin).A chance encounter with a hot-headed student terrorist (Bujold) revives his militant passions, but catastrophe stalks Diego on his unswerving path to his last mission and a fateful choice.