|Directed by||Léonide Moguy|
|Written by||Charles Gombault|
by Gina Kaus
|Produced by|| Arnold Pressburger |
|Starring|| Corinne Luchaire |
|Cinematography|| André Bac |
Theodore J. Pahle
|Edited by||Borys Lewin|
|Music by|| Jacques Ibert |
Compagnie Internationale de Productions Cinématographiques (CIPRA)
|Distributed by||Societé Parisienne de Distribution Cinématographique |
|21 December 1938|
Conflict (French: Conflit) is a 1938 French drama film directed by Léonide Moguy, who co-wrote the screenplay with Hans Wilhelm and Charles Gombault (dialogue), based on the novel Die Schwestern Kleh by Gina Kaus.  It stars Corinne Luchaire, Annie Ducaux, Marguerite Pierry and Armand Bernard. 
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Maurice Colasson and Georges Wakhévitch.
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