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The Dominici Affair (film)

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The Dominici Affair
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Directed byClaude Bernard-Aubert
Written byDaniel Boulanger
Louis-Emile Galey
Claude Bernard-Aubert
Produced bySergio Bonotti
Eric Geiger
Claude Giroux
Éric Rochat
Jean Gabin
StarringJean Gabin
Victor Lanoux
Gérard Depardieu
CinematographyRicardo Aronovich
Edited byLouisette Hautecoeur
Music byAlain Goraguer
Production
companies
Bocaccio Films
COFCI
Mondial Televisione Film
Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie
Distributed bySociété Nouvelle de Cinématographie
Release date
7 March 1973
Running time
105 minutes
CountriesFrance
Italy
LanguageFrench

The Dominici Affair (French: L'affaire Dominici, Italian: L'affare Dominici) is a 1973 French-Italian crime drama film directed by Claude Bernard-Aubert and starring Jean Gabin, Victor Lanoux and Gérard Depardieu.[1] It is based on the Dominici affair of 1952.

Location shooting took place in Ribiers and Peipin in Hautes-Alpes where the real events occurred.

Synopsis

After a British family are found murdered on the road near his family's farm in rural Provence, the old villager Gaston Dominici is arrested and apparently confesses to the crime. He is tried and sentenced to death, but his punishment is commuted on health grounds amid growing doubts about his guilt.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Kitchin p.xviii

Bibliography

  • Harriss, Joseph. Jean Gabin: The Actor Who Was France. McFarland, 2018.
  • Kitchen, Martin. The Dominici Affair: Murder and Mystery in Provence. University of Nebraska Press, 2017.

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