Among Wolves

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Among Wolves
Directed by José Giovanni
Written byJosé Giovanni
Jean Schmitt
Produced byDany Cohen
Starring Claude Brasseur
Jean-Hugues Anglade
Robert Arden
Niels Arestrup
CinematographyJean-Francis Gondre
Music byPino Marchese
Distributed byActeurs Auteurs Associés (AAA)
Release date
  • 31 December 1985 (1985-12-31)
Running time
105 minutes
Country France
Box office$7.9 million [1]

Among Wolves (or Les Loups entre eux) is a French drama, crime film directed by José Giovanni.



A group of terrorists kidnap a US general of NATO. The viewer follows the recruitment of a commando of mercenaries (by the Secret Service) to deliver the training of the latter and the conduct of the mission.


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  1. "Les Loups entre eux (1986) - JPBox-Office".