The Blood of Others

The Blood of Others

Movie: The Blood of Others
Director: Claude Chabrol
Produced by: Antenne 2, Filmax International, Films Antenne 2, International Cinema Corporation, Parafrance
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Produced on behalf of the HBO cable service, The Blood of Others is a rare venture into English-language filmmaking by Claude Chabrol. Set during World War II, the film stars Jodie Foster and Michael Ontkean as a pair of French resistance fighters. If you can swallow that, then you’ll accept New Zealand native Sam Neill as a German businessman. Chabrol’s wife Stephane Audran costars as Gigi, while other prominent members of the cast include Alexandra Stewart, Jean-Pierre Aumont and Micheline Presle. Oh, yes, the plot: based on a novel by Simone de Beauvoir, The Blood of Others concerns Jodie Foster’s confused loyalties: should she continue in her underground activities, or succumb to the charms of the seemingly civilized Neill? This French-Canadian coproduction was originally telecast August 23, 1984.

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