The Good and the Bad (1976)

Director
Claude Lelouch

Main cast
Jacques Dutronc; Marlène Jobert; Brigitte Fossey; Bruno Cremer; Jacques Villeret

Genres
Drama

Description
From 1935 to 1945, the happiness of a couple turns to sadness when their Traction Avant auto is used by the gang des Tractions Avant.


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