La Marseillaise (film)
|Directed by||Jean Renoir|
|Produced by||Jean Renoir|
|Written by||Jean Renoir, Carl Koch and N. Martel-Dreyfus|
|Music by||Joseph Kosma
|Edited by||Marthe Huguet
La Marseillaise is a (1938) film about the early part of the French Revolution. The film was directed by Jean Renoir. La Marseillaise is shown from the eyes of the citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course the king Louis XVI each showing their own small problems.
The films shows the events of the French Revolution as seen through the eyes of those directly involved.
La Marseillaise, while not one of Renoir's better-known films, has received positive reviews from today's critics.
- Pierre Renoir as Louis XVI
- Lise Delamare as Queen Marie-Antoinette
- Léon Larive as Picard
- William Aguet as La Rochefoucauld
- Elisa Ruis as Princess de Lamballe
- Germaine Lefebvre as Madame Élisabeth
- Louis Jouvet as Roederer
- Georges Spanelly as La Chesnaye
- "La Marseillaise (1937)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved September 6, 2015.
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