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    THE INVISIBLE MAN

    Country : UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    UN JOUR PARMI TANT D'AUTRES
    Cannes Classics - Restored Prints

    THE LONG DAY'S DYING

    Directed by : Peter COLLINSON

    Year of production : 1968 Country : UNITED KINGDOM Length : 95 minutes

    Synopsis

    Three British soldiers are caught behind enemy lines in the closing days of the second Word War. Each one has a different approach to soldiering and in order to survive their mission - and make it home alive - they must first agree on how to proceed...

    Credits

    - Director

    - Script Writer

    - Cinematography

    - Cinematography

    - Music

    - Film Editor

    - Set decorator

    Casting

    - John

    - Cliff

    - Tom Cooper

    - Helmut

    Photo du Film

    Further information

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    Contacts

    Production

    JUNCTION FILMS LTD. -

    Distribution

    PARAMOUNT PICTURES

    International sales

    HOLLYWOOD CLASSICS - T: +44 207 424 7280 - www.hollywoodclassics.com - melanie@hollywoodclassics.com

    Cannes Classics 2008

    Cannes Classics Peter COLLINSON

    THE LONG DAY'S DYING

    Three British soldiers are caught behind enemy lines in the closing days of the second Word War. Each one has a different approach to soldiering and i...
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