The French Conspiracy

  • 1973
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Political

A fictionalized version of a scandal that occurred in France in 1965 when Moroccan leftist leader Ben Barka was kidnaped, compromising the French government. The film, however, receives a dismal treatment that lacks any sense of drama. Morricone's fine score and Semprun's writing (Semprun also penned Z by Costa-Gavras and STAVISKY by Resnais, both centering...read more

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A fictionalized version of a scandal that occurred in France in 1965 when Moroccan leftist leader Ben Barka was kidnaped, compromising the French government. The film, however, receives a dismal treatment that lacks any sense of drama. Morricone's fine score and Semprun's writing

(Semprun also penned Z by Costa-Gavras and STAVISKY by Resnais, both centering on political conspiracy) should help but do not.

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  • Released: 1973
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: A fictionalized version of a scandal that occurred in France in 1965 when Moroccan leftist leader Ben Barka was kidnaped, compromising the French government. The film, however, receives a dismal treatment that lacks any sense of drama. Morricone's fine sco… (more)

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