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We Are All Murderers

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We Are All Murderers

Nous sommes tous des assassins
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Directed by André Cayatte
Starring Marcel Mouloudji
Music by Raymond Legrand
Release date(s) 21 May 1952 (France)
8 January 1957 (USA)
Running time 115 mins
Country France/Italy
Language French

We Are All Murderers (French: Nous sommes tous des assassins, also known as Are We All Murderers?) is a 1952 French film directed by André Cayatte. It tells the story of René, a man trained to kill Germans by the French Resistance in World War II who continues to kill long after the war has ended.

It was entered into the 1952 Cannes Film Festival and won the Special Jury Prize.[1]

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database
Awards
Preceded by
All About Eve
Special Jury Prize, Cannes
1952
Succeeded by
No award 1953
Knave of Hearts (1954)
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