A Self Made Hero

A Self Made Hero
A Self Made Hero

Year

1996

Duration

101 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

After a war is over, any sensible person claims to have been on the winning side all along. Take Albert Dehousse - a Frenchman who in the years following World War Two pretends to have been active in the "Resistance" against the Nazis. And it works too, in this smart and funny drama about how easy it can sometimes be to become the person others want you to be. And, as Albert discovers, he is hardly alone in rewriting some or all of his past...

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This film contains infrequent moderate violence.

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