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The Colonel (2006 film)

The Colonel (French: Mon colonel) is a 2006 French-Belgian film directed by Laurent Herbiet based on the novel by Francis Zamponi.

Plot

France, 1993. The retired Colonel Raoul Duplan is shot in his home. As the police is baffled, the young army officer Galois leads the investigation. Shortly thereafter, she receives a letter containing some diary pages of a lieutenant who served since 1955 in the Algerian war under the command Duplan and disappeared in 1957 under mysterious circumstances. Every day Galois receives a continuation of the diary in which Rossi describes in detail his ambivalent relationship to Duplan and his dirty methods. Rossi had to witness even torture and public executions. Eventually Galois recognizes, who shot Duplan.

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