|Life and Nothing But|
|Directed by||Bertrand Tavernier|
|Written by||Jean Cosmos|
|Cinematography||Bruno de Keyzer|
|Box office||$11.3 million|
Set in October 1920, it tells the story of Major Delaplane, a man whose job is to find the identities of unknown dead soldiers after World War I. He encounters two women looking for their lost men: Irène, an aristocrat, and Alice, a country girl. The movie is a sensitive examination of the deep psychological scars left behind by the war, clear of sentiment yet with delicately nuanced irony.
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