In Flanders in the eighteenth century, Ramon de Ortila, a young lord who has been dispossessed of property has turned into a gentleman brigand. His main target is Monsieur de Saint-Brissac,... See full summary »
isn't interesting, just a poor adventure movie in the XVIIIth century. The real adventure is that it was shot in august 1944 in Normandy when the American landing took place : as it is written on the DVD, "the shooting of this movie having begun the 15th of august 1944, it is considered as the last movie during the German Ocupation or the first movie of the Liberation.". Read more in the excellent book of interviews of Gilles Grangier by François Guérif, lot of true stories about french cinema. Gilles Grangier directed a real masterpiece, "Danger de Mort", which is still not available on DVD.