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The Statement

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Menacing drama, inspired by a true story, starring
Michael Caine as an ageing French collaborator Pierre Brossard , who personally ordered the execution of seven Jewish resistance members in 1944. After living openly in Provence for 50 years, protected by Church and government officials, Brossard is forced into hiding following an attempt on his life. Review page 47.
Director Norman Jewison (2003, 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Caine
Unknown: Pierre Brossard
Director: Norman Jewison
Pierre Brossard: Michael Caine
Judge Annemarie Livi: Tilda Swinton
Colonel Roux: Jeremy Northam
Armand Bertier: Alan Bates
Father Leo: John Boswall
David Manenbaum: Matt Craven
Commissaire Vionnet: Frank Finlay
Pochon: Ciaran Hinds
Nicole: Charlotte Rampling
Old man: John Neville

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