Grin Without a Cat Trailer

Grin Without a Cat Trailer (1977)

23 November 1977 Factual, Foreign 240 mins

French essay film focusing on global political turmoil in the 1960s and '70s, particularly the rise of the New Left in France and the development of socialist movements in Latin America.

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Laurence Guvillier

as Récitante (voice)

Davos Hanich

as Récitant (voice)

François Maspero

as Récitant (voice)

Yves Montand

as Récitant (voice)

François Périer

as Récitant (voice)

Sandra Scarnati

as Récitante (voice)

Jorge Semprún

as Récitant (voice)

Simone Signoret

as Récitante (voice)


Pierre-William Glenn

Pierre-William Glenn Director of Photography

Willy Kurant

Willy Kurant Director of Photography

International Titles

Grin Without a Cat Trailer

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France 23 November 1977

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