The Last Mitterrand Trailer

The Last Mitterrand Trailer (2005)

"A young journalist (Lespert) helps the French President compile his memoirs." 16 February 2005 Drama 116 mins

A young journalist (Lespert) helps the French President compile his memoirs.

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Cast

Michel Bouquet

as Le Président

Jalil Lespert

as Antoine Moreau

Philippe Fretun

as Docteur Jeantot

Sarah Grappin

as Judith

Crew

International Titles

The Last Mitterrand Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 16 February 2005

United States 02 April 2006

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