The Plague (1992 film)
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|Directed by||Luis Puenzo|
John Randolph Pepper
Robert Katz (narration)
by Albert Camus
Homero Manzi (song "Ninguna")
|Edited by||Juan Carlos Macías|
Compagnie Française Cinématographique
The Pepper-Prince Ltd.
Oscar Kramer S.A.
Cinemania Films Group
|Distributed by||Gaumont (France)|
The Plague (original title: La Peste) is a 1992 Argentine-French-British drama film written and directed by Luis Puenzo and starring William Hurt, Sandrine Bonnaire, Robert Duvall and Raúl Juliá. It is based on the novel La Peste by Albert Camus. It entered the competition at the 49th Venice International Film Festival.
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