|Directed by||Julien Duvivier|
|Written by||Julien Duvivier |
(screenplay & novel)
Henri Jeanson (dialogue)
|Produced by||Lucien Viard|
|Edited by||Marthe Poncin|
|Music by||Jean Yatove|
Marie-Octobre is a 1959 French film directed by Julien Duvivier, based on the eponymous novel by Jacques Robert. It is also known as Secret Meeting  The film was remade in 2008 by director Josée Dayan, starring Nathalie Baye. 
A group of ex-resistance fighters are brought together by Marie-Octobre, the code name of Marie-Helene Dumoulin (Danielle Darrieux). The former members of the network have carried on with their lives after the war, but this evening they are going to have to live again a fateful night – the night their leader was killed. He had been betrayed, his name given to the Germans. The search for the traitor puts each personality in the spotlight – and also that of the killed leader, Castille.
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