Claude de Givray & François Truffaut – Tire-au-flanc 62 AKA The Army Game (1960)

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Synopsis
A young man Jean Lerat begins his military service at an army camp. Despite his aunt’s attempts to pull a few strings to his advantage, the unfortunate Lerat manages to get on the wrong side of his bullying colonel…







Quote:
After his success with his film Les Quatre cents coups, François Truffaut decided to have a go as a producer. In 1961, he encouraged his assistant Claude de Givray to collaborate with him on a film adaptation of a comic play about army life, Tire-au-flanc.

Although the collaboration was an amiable one which produced an entertaining film, the outcome was far from successful. The film proved to be a commercial disaster and caused Truffaut to renounce any ambitions to produce his own films in future.






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Language(s):French
Subtitles:english

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