Ni Travail, Ni Famille, Ni Patrie

TitleNi Travail, Ni Famille, Ni Patrie
Publication TypeFilm
Year of Publication1993
AuthorsBoucault, Mosco
Running Time92 minutes
DistributorArte
CountryFrance
Publication LanguageFrench
Abstract

A documentary about the Toulouse "35th Brigade" of the Francs-Tireurs et Partisans-Main d'œuve Immigrée (FTP-MOI) during World War II. The FTP-MOI referred to a group of immigrant workers who fought in the French Resistance. The name of the film itself refers to the Resistance's refusal of the Vichy government's "National Revolution," the slogan of which was "Work, Family, Fatherland."

Credits

directed and written by Mosco Boucault

Genre

Documentary, War

Translated TitleNeither work, family, nor fatherland: the journal of an FTP-MOI brigade, Toulouse 1942-44
Original PublicationNi Travail, Ni Famille, Ni Patrie: Journal d'une Brigade F.T.P.-M.O.I., Toulouse 1942-44
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