The Heart of a Nation (1943)

The Heart of a Nation

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Heart of a Nation was filmed in 1940, just after the Nazi occupation of Paris. The film traces the fortunes of the Froment family of Montmartre, from the Franco-Prussian war of 1871 to World War II. Comedy and tragedy are deftly blended throughout; Raimu's visit to the Moulin Rouge is as hilarious as Michele Morgan's loss of an arm during World War I is heartbreaking. When the Nazis became privy to the existence of Heart of a Nation, they ordered its director (Julien Duvivier) arrested and the … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Art House & International, Drama
Directed By:
On DVD: Mar 15, 2005
Runtime:

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as Estelle

as Jules Froment

as Pierre Froment/Felix

as Bernard

as Gabrielle

as Robert Leonard

as Commentator
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