"Don't Look Now - We're Being Shot At" aka LA GRANDE VADROUILLE was co-written and directed by the French director Gérard Oury in 1966. Forty years after its theatrical release, this movie is still at the head of the French box-office.
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Augustin Bouvet, a house painter, and the conductor Stanislas LeFort, help four members of the Royal Air Force, shot down by the German machine guns, to reach the demarcation line. They must leave Paris in a hurry and, by foot, by car and by plane, they'll have to avoid the German troops which are after them.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler