Le repas des fauves (1964)

  |  Drama, War


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Also known in English as "Champagne for Savages". Set in World War Two occupied France. Several people gather at a house to celebrate a woman's birthday. Some German soldiers are killed ... See full summary »


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26 October 2019 | zutterjp48
7
| An good drama.
This film remembers me "Marie-Octobre" (1958) where a group of former resistants have a meeting in a country house some twenty years later and have to find who betrayed the group during the war (one of the leaders war killed by the Germans).In the "Le repas des fauves" the situation is similar, the doors are closed (what we call in French huis clos), but they have to decide the names of two persons who will be delivered to the Germans.And the interesting, of course, is to observe how everyone tries to escape from his delivery. A film with moments of suspense but also of black humor.

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Genres

Drama | War

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Release Date:

26 August 1964

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Spain, Italy

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