Les Routes du sud Trailer

Les Routes du sud Trailer (1978)

27 April 1978 Drama 100 mins

The story of an exiled Spanish revolutionary, now a successful screenwriter, dangerously drawn back to his homeland and the "good fight" for freedom from fascism.

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Yves Montand

as Jean Larrea


as Julia

Laurent Malet

as Laurent Larréa

France Lambiotte

as Ève Larréa


Michel Legrand

Original Music Composer

Gerry Fisher

Gerry Fisher Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

France 27 April 1978

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