Les Longs Manteaux

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Les Longs Manteaux is a Franco-Argentine film, directed by Gilles Béhat, which links drama and action in the spaghetti-western genre. Released in 1986, it lasts 1 hour 46 minutes.


Loïc Murat, a French geologist, makes camp on a Bolivian mountain. He comes across a group of fascists, Les Longs Manteaux, who want to assassinate the writer, Juan Mendez. Murat also gets to know Julia, Mendez's daughter.


The army uniforms came from the Argentine Army.

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