PG-13 | | Drama, History, War
The departure of the German Army from Paris in 1944.
Although most of the movie is in black and white, the final sequence, an aerial view of Paris, is in color.
Lieutenant Henri Karcher:
Hello, Papa? This is Lieutenant Karcher. Your son. In spite of your pessimstic view of my military career, I'd like to announce I've just made some prisoners of the general in command of Paris at the Hotel Maurice. He surrendered to me. But I'm ...
German sappers are shown setting conventional explosives on Paris bridges. The Germans actually set used surplus naval torpedoes under the bridges.
The end credit sequence is in color.
French, German, English
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