PG-13 | | Drama, History, War
The departure of the German Army from Paris in 1944.
During one gun shooting sequence in the streets of Paris, an old woman, who was getting out of her building, was so surprised by the sequence, that she had a heart attack and died.
Consul Raoul Nordling:
And if a bomb should miss?
Général Von Choltitz: A few bombs always miss, but others will hit the target. It's the law of averages.
Consul Raoul Nordling: A bomb that misses... could hit... Notre Dame. Sainte Chapelle. That's a thousand years of history, turned to dust.
Some of men's suits, female haircuts and male spectacles are clearly from 1966.
The end credit sequence is in color.
French, German, English
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