The War Is Over (film)
|The War is Over
(La Guerre est Finie)
|Directed by||Alain Resnais|
|Produced by||Anatole Dauman
|Written by||Jorge Semprún|
|Music by||Giovanni Fusco|
|Edited by||Eric Pluet
|Distributed by||Cocinor (France)
Brandon Films Inc. (USA)
The War is Over (French: La Guerre est Finie-1966) is a French drama film about a leftist in Franco's Spain, directed by Alain Resnais and starring Yves Montand, Ingrid Thulin, and Geneviève Bujold. Joseph Losey directed a sequel, Roads to the South (French: Les Routes du Sud-1978).
In the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, the communist veteran Diego (Yves Montand) has dedicated his life to continuing the struggle against the Franco regime while living in exile in Paris. Lately, however, he has become war-weary and skeptical about the tactics of the revolutionary underground. After meeting Nadine (Geneviève Bujold), whose father's passport he is using, he learns that she is involved with an alternative revolutionary group that is planning an armed attack in Spain. When he meets the young revolutionaries who will execute the plan, he tries to persuade them to abandon the action as misconceived, but they ignore him. The leaders of the underground, meanwhile, send Diego on a mission to Barcelona along with a new recruit, perhaps as a way of getting rid of him; the police have since discovered his identity. His lover Marianne (Ingrid Thulin), who has received a warning from Nadine, attempts to intercept him before he is arrested.
- "The War is over". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-13.
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