The Big Meeting (1950)

  |  Drama, War


One of the first victories against the Nazis in World War II is when Parisians help allied forces drive the enemy out of occupied French Algeria.



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3 July 2010 | dbdumonteil
Algiers 1942
Algeria was ,till 1962, a French colony.So in 1942,the country was occupied by the Germans and in Algiers they call this "Commissions D'Armistice" .Partisans ,helped by the American consulship,try to make the landing of the American troops easy.They succeed in their mission and "Franklin" arrives and it's one of the first defeats of the Nazis.

Although there are fictitious characters ,the movie is given a documentary treatment ,looking sometimes like a "longest day" in miniature.Too much voice over may be irritating in the long run.But the cast is good,particularly Jacques Castelot as the collaborator ,a role generally given to Marcel Dalio.

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Drama | War

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Release Date:

10 February 1950

Language

French


Country of Origin

France

Filming Locations

Algiers, Algeria

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