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Sous-Marin

France, 2006 (MIFF 2007, Magnum In Motion)

Director: Jean Gaumy

Sous-Marin (Submarine) sees Gaumy given exclusive access to the French nuclear attack submarine, La Perle, where he undertook a four-month tour of duty to make a documentary series for French television. This is the final episode, Le Dernier rivage (The Last Shore).

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D Jean Gaumy WS Jean Gaumy L French w/English subtitles TD betaSP/col&b&w/2006/26mins

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