Bon Voyage & Aventure Malgache (1944)





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Intended as a tribute to the French Resistance and produced as propaganda films in wartime England, BON VOYAGE and AVENTURE MALGACHE were deemed unsuitable because Hitchcock showed too much internal conflict within the ranks of the French allies. The films were banned and remained inaccessible for nearly 50 years. BON VOYAGE is the tale of John Dougall, a British prisoner-of-war who manages to flee his Nazi captors together with fellow escapee Stefan Godowski. The plan is to escape to Free France, but things go awry as the men confront the realities of wartime survival--where one never knows who one can trust.AVENTURE MALGACHE tells the story of Clarousse, a French lawyer, refugee, and former member of the French Resistance. He has escaped to London and is producing a play based on his experiences. During a rehearsal he sits down to tell the real story behind the play. Told in flashback, the story beings in Madagascar in 1940. Clarousse and the other Resistance fighters struggle against the German-run Vichy government by helping people escape to join the Free French. But their enterprise falls apart and Clarousse is captured, forcing a confrontation with his old nemesis.
Art House & International , Drama , Special Interest
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It is an interesting film all spoken in French that tells the story about a double agent within the allied prisoners escaping a German POW camp. It was an interesting French Resistance film. A interesting story about a British double agent within the group working as a villain.


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