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Are We All Murderers?

Are We All Murderers?

A 長編映画 by André Cayatte

Produced by Ugc

Release in France : 21/05/1952

    あらすじ

    In World War II, the illiterate, starving and alcoholic twenty years old René Le Guen fights to survive and lives with his dysfunctional family in a slum. The French Resistance invites and teaches him to kill Germans and traitors. When the war ends, he continues to kill and is arrested, judged and sentenced to death in the guillotine. While in prison waiting for a possible presidential pardon claimed by his lawyer, he meets other prisoners also waiting for the dishonored death.

    Source : IMDb

    俳優 (84)

    映画製作・配給会社 (4)

    製作代表 :

    Ugc

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    StudioCanal Films Limited

    Subject

    Review

    It's not beyond the bounds of credibility that Ken Loach genuflects to Andre Cayatte morning noon and night because Cayatte was baring his bleeding heart when Loach was still squirreling his deep hatred of England in his subconscious awaiting release via a non-stop string of celluloid attacks on the terrible country where he is still happy to live. Unlike Loach Cayatte knew how to entertain as well as preach and spent the bulk of the 1940s giving the public the lift it needed to counter the War news. After making five films for Continental between 1942 and 1943 he teamed with Jacques Prevert to make the best of his entertainments by a country mile, Les Amants de Verone and then turned his attention to addressing social problems with this title being possibly the finest of them all. Being the craftsman that Loach is not Cayette is content to spend a couple of reels introducing his lead character whose background in a dysfunctional family makes him an ideal candidate for the Resistance to groom into a first-class killer. The problem is, of course, that once peace breaks out he is unable and/or unwilling to stop killing and inevitably is caught, tried and condemned. And this, as they say, is where the story really starts for in the condemned cell Cayatte is able both to record and register his contempt for the Penal system that still obtained in the early fifties; a system possibly unparalleled for a total lack of humanity that verged on the barbarous, one in which the condemned were given absolutely no warning of execution but merely 'surprised' in the night, manhandled out of the cell with a platitudinous Gallic equivalent of 'chin up'. Only in the daylight hours are the condemned sure of a brief respite. Cayette has turned out a masterly film which is at once harrowing to watch yet compulsive viewing.

    Source : IMDb

    クレジットタイトル詳細 (15)

    監督補佐 :

    Pierre Léaud

    プロデューサー :

    André Halley des Fontaines

    フォトディレクター :

    Jean Bourgoin

    撮影技師アシスタント :

    Paul Rodier

    製作部長 :

    François Carron

    Assistant editor :

    Nicole Cayatte

    装飾 :

    Jacques Colombier

    演出助手 :

    Georges Charlot

    せりふ作者 :

    Charles Spaak

    Screenwriters :

    André Cayatte, Charles Spaak

    録音技師 :

    Antoine Petitjean

    撮影技師 :

    Louis Stein

    編集担当 :

    Paul Cayatte

    スクリプト :

    Simone Chavaudra

    作曲家 :

    Raymond Legrand

    技術面詳細

    長編映画

    ジャンル :

    フィクション

    サブジャンル :

    ドラマ

    テーマ :

    裁判

    言語 :

    フランス語

    出身 :

    イタリア, フランス

    Original French-language productions :

    不明

    製作国 :

    大部分フランス (イタリア, フランス)

    製作年 :

    1952

    フランス公開 :

    21/05/1952

    上映時間 :

    1 時間 55 分

    経過状況 :

    公開済み

    ニュメロ·デ Visa :

    12322

    ビザ発行日 :

    21/05/1952

    CNC助成 :

    不明

    生産のフォーマット :

    35ミリ

    カラータイプ :

    白黒

    画面セット :

    1.37

    Audio format :

    モノラル

    Posters (1)

    監督

    映画祭でのセレクション

    Cannes International Film Festival - 1952

    Cannes International Film Festival (フランス, 1952)

    Selection

    Official Competition

    受賞