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THE OATH OF TOBRUK

by Bernard-Henri Lévy, Marc Roussel

synopsis

The war in Libya as seen from the inside: both on the scene and as discussed by world politicians. After thirty years of chasing wars and conflicts, Bernard-Henri Lévy takes us along for a journey reminiscent of Malraux and Hemingway, though retaining a style all his own. Six-months of exceptional dramaturgy. Six months of a war for freedom, resulting in the fall of one of the longest, most relentless dictatorships of modern time. A war with a beginning but perhaps no end. The making of a war.

international title: The Oath of Tobruk
original title: Le Serment de Tobrouk
country: France
year: 2012
genre: documentary
directed by: Bernard-Henri Lévy, Marc Roussel
film run: 106'
screenplay: Bernard-Henri Lévy
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