The Army Of Crime (Blu-Ray)

Release Date: 01 February 2010 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Their personal motives are steeped in tragedy. Their objective is to fight tyranny in the name of freedom. Their methods are deadly and explosive. This is the untold story of one of the most notorious and feared sects of the French resistance during WWII. A tense, uncompromising portrayal of how a disparate group of outsiders, from varying nationalities, joined forces to create an unstoppable underground army. This is also the story of Missak Manouchian, an Armenian poet and self-proclaimed pacifist who is suddenly thrown into a world where violence and conflict are the only means of survival.

Directed by accomplished filmmaker Robert Guédiguian (The Last Mitterand, The Town Is Quiet), The Army Of Crime is a myth-destroying, compelling and highly original piece of modern cinema. A gripping depiction of wartime Europe, The Army Of Crime successfully binds human drama, historical fact and incredibly tense action sequences into a thrilling, unforgettable experience.


  • Interview with Robert Guédiguian
  • The Army of Crime at Cannes 2009 Trailer
  • Meeting Virginie Ledoyen & Simon Abkarian Rendez-vous with Robert Guédiguian & Ariane Ascaride (French Communist party meeting)
  • French trailer
  • Meeting a survivor: Henri Karayan

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Region B
Sound: Dolby Digital
Main Language: English
Release Date: 01 February 2010
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over