France, Abel Gance, 1960, 166 minutes
Story of the three years preceding the victory of Napoleon at the Battle of the Three Emperors. In 1805, Napoleon would triumph at Austerlitz over the Austro-Russian forces. Abel Gance draws a colourful portrait here of the French Emperor. The film brings together an unlikely cast, with Jean Marais, Michel Simon, Claudia Cardinale, Nelly Kaplan, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Orson Welles and Pierre Mondy in the role of Napoleon.
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