Not Rated | | Drama, Mystery
Following the May 1968 civil unrest in France, a deaf-mute and a con artist simultaneously stumble upon the remnants of a secret society.
With a run time of thirteen hours, this is one of the longest films ever made.
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In the closing credits to the first three episodes, Colin (who is pretending to be a deaf mute) is not credited by his character name, but as "le jeune sourd-muet" which translates to "the young deaf/ mute". After that is revealed to be an act and his name is finally spoken, the credits to the remaining episodes credit him as Colin.
An version shortened to 4h20 was released in March 1974. It was titled "Out 1 : Spectre".
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