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Drama, Documentary, Educational
In 1983 the former head of the Gestapo, Klaus Barbie, was arrested. Robert Badinter recounts the ambivalent feeling he had when he realised that by abolishing the death penalty two years earlier he had just saved the life of the man who had signed his father's deportation order to the Sobibor extermination camp.
I spent my childhood in Condat, a small town in the Dordogne whose paper mill employed 500 people. The chimneys of the factory spewed thick white smoke. It smelled like cabbage. There was no cinema in town but the factory made the paper for the Cahiers du cinéma. Every Sunday evening I listened to "Projection privée" on France Culture. That was enough to make me happy to imagine the week's outings. A few years later I felt like making films 2016 ? Sem, le caricaturiste incisif 2016 ? Phylactère, saison 2 2013 ? Jossot, de Gustave à Abdul Karim 2012 ? Phylactère, saison 1 2012 ? Benjamin Rabier, l'homme qui fait rire les animaux 2011 ? Immense Immobile 2011 ? Alain Carrier 2009 ? O'Galop