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The maquis du Vercors is depicted and veterans act in Pierre Schoendoerffer
Pierre Schoendoerffer is a French film director, a screenwriter, a writer, a war reporter, a war cameraman, a renowned First Indochina War veteran, a cinema academician and since 2001 the President of the Académie des Beaux-Arts.-Family:...
's Above the Clouds
) 2002 feature film, and in the third season of the British TV programme Wish Me Luck
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, which first aired in 1990.
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