Uns et les Autres, Les (1981)

Original Title : Uns et les autres, Les
Director : Claude Lelouch
Writer : Claude Lelouch
Genre : Drama
Country : France
Language : French
Producer : Claude Lelouch
Music : Pierre Barouh
Francis Lai
Michel Legrand
Jean Yanne
Photography : Jean Boffety
Distributor : ClassicLine
IMDB ID : 0083260
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Uns et les Autres, Les (1981) - Claude Lelouch


Robert Hossein Simon Meyer/Robert Prat
Nicole Garcia Anne Meyer
Geraldine Chaplin Suzan/Sara Glenn
Daniel Olbrychski Karl Kremer
Jorge Donn Boris & Sergei Itovitch/Lead Dancer of Boléro
Rita Poelvoorde Tatiana & Tania Itovitch
Macha Méril Magda Kremer
Evelyne Bouix Evelyne/Edith
Francis Huster Francis
Raymond Pellegrin M. Raymond
Paul Préboist Le grand-père d'Edith
Jean-Claude Brialy Le directeur du Lido
Marthe Villalonga La grand-mère d'Edith
Fanny Ardant Véronique
Jacques Villeret Jacques
Jean-Claude Bouttier Philippe Rouget
Richard Bohringer Richard
Nicole Croisille Herself
Ginette Garcin Ginette
Jean-Pierre Kalfon Père Antoine
Geneviève Mnich Jeanne
Alexandra Stewart Alexandra
Eva Darlan Eva
Manuel Gélin Patrick Prat
Candice Patou Candice
Maïa Simon Me Isabelle Prat
James Caan Jack Glenn/Jason Glenn
Sarah Abrell Alexis
Mireille Audibert Le garde-barrière
Christophe Bourseiller La fille d'Eva
Louise Chevalier La bonne du Père Antoine
Véronique Coquet Gina
Andrée Delair Le représentant Croix Rouge (UNICEF
Maxime Dufeu Le voisin
Andy Fenwick Glenn as a boy
Farmer Fuller Bobby
Charles Gérard Charlot
Evelyne Hue Mr. Tracy
Evelyne Ker Michel
Brigitte Roüan Mrs. Tracy
Pierre Semmler (uncredited
Sharon Stone Girl with Glenn Senior (uncredited
Webster Whinery (uncredited


This movie tracks three generations of musicians and dancers from Russia, Germany, France and the USA, from before World War II through the war and the Holocaust, to the 1960s. Their lives become intertwined through the historical circumstances, and the culmination is the presence of several, including a former Nazi pianist and a French Jewish Holocaust survivor at at an anti-war concert/rally in France in the 1960s.


Best seen in original version, 4 April 1999 Author: willie-14 from Houston I saw this film when it first came out in Paris. It was a great experience! An epic sweep, not unlike *Gone With the Wind* or *Children of Paradise*. But the American release, titled *Bolero*, had about 20-30 minutes cut from it and it was a disjointed mess. Small wonder it bombed here. The video release is of the American version. If at all possible, try to see the original, 3 hour release.