Lucie Aubrac


Facts and Figures

Run time: 115 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 26th February 1997

Box Office Worldwide: $458.6 thousand

Distributed by: October Films

Production compaines: D.A. Films, Pricel

Reviews 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 74%
Fresh: 17 Rotten: 6

IMDB: 6.7 / 10

Cast & Crew


Starring: as Lucie Aubrac, as Raymond Aubrac, as Jean Moulin, as Maurice, as Serge Ravanel, as Charles-Henri, as René Hardy, Hans Wyprächtiger as le colonel allemand, Andrzej Seweryn as le lieutenant Schlöndorff, Jean-Claude Bourbault as le colonel Lacaze, Roland Amstutz as l'attorney, as le père de Raymond, Danièle Goldmann as la mère de Raymond, as Paul Lardanchet, Marie Pillet as Marie, Maxime Henry as Booboo, as M. Henry, Grégoire Oestermann as Pierre, Olga Grumberg as Judith, Hubert Saint-Macary as Dr Dugoujon, Yves Neff as Bruno, Jacques Bonnaffé as Pascal, as Klaus Barbie

Lucie Aubrac Review

Thought a WWII movie couldn't be dead boring? Think again. Lucie Aubrac is the story of the French resistance member of the same name, a woman whose entire job during the war apparently consisted of busting her husband out of jail after repeatedly being caught for stupid offenses against the Nazis. Carole Bouquet as Lucie spends most of her screen time staring defiantly into the camera whilst wearing a stupid hat. Filled with minutaie about resistence members, dates, codes, and more than a little melodrama. Blame the French. I know I do.

Based on Aubrac's autobiography, Ils Partiront Dans L'Ivresse.