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: The Sorrow and the Pity

BBC4's short Resistance and Collaboration season opens with director Marcel Ophiils 's controversial 1969 documentary about the true nature of French resistance to the Nazi occupation. 1/2. The Collapse. Interviewees include Pierre Mendes France, the jailed anti-Vichy activist who later became French prime minister. In French, German and English with subtitles. Continues at 9.30pm. A profile of Ophuls follows.

Contributors

Director: Marcel Ophiils

: Marcel Ophiils: the Memory Hunter

Storyville's Nick Fraser meets the film-maker.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Fraser

: The Sorrow and the Pity

2/2. The Choice. Continuing Marcel Ophuls 's film about occupied France.

Contributors

Unknown: Marcel Ophuls

: Lacombe Lucien

Pierre Blaise stars in Louis Malle 's powerful 1974 drama about occupied France. A young peasant joins the Gestapo after being rejected by the Resistance. In French with English subtitles.
Review page 43.

Contributors

Unknown: Pierre Blaise
Unknown: Louis Malle

: The Last Metro

*** Catherine Deneuve stars in François Truffaut's wartime drama. Occupied Paris, 1942: Bernard Granger, a young actor, joins the theatre run by aloof Marion in the absence of her Jewish husband. In French with English subtitles.

Contributors

[Actress]: Catherine Deneuve
Director: François Truffaut








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