Miniseries | Episode 1

The Hardline Right

Society/History, France 2009

Through the story of the industrialist Salmon, founder of the automobile company, and his family, "The Hardline Right" follows the rise of the French far right from 1935 to 1939, the eve of the war. Marcel Bluwal and Jean-Claude Grumberg won the best screenplay award at the Luchon Festival in 2008 for "À droite toute". This series is one of the last productions of Marcel Bluwal, a committed artist who has worked for a large part of his career for television. He has adapted many plays, but is most famous for the fantasy series "Vidocq". Intrigue and betrayal entwine the life of François Salmon, a prominent French industrialist, as he grapples with his own extremist politics, a crumbling business empire, and a fractured family, culminating in an audacious decision to wed his daughter to the heir of a wealthy Lorraine dynasty amidst the tumultuous backdrop of the 1930s.
51 min
Starting at 10
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Marcel Bluwal


Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu (François Salmon)

Béatrice Agenin (Simone Salmon)

Samuel Labarthe (Lequesne)

Didier Bezace (Deloncle)

Delphine Chuillot (Annie Salmon)

Loïc Corbery (Adrien Gérard)

Hélène Degy (Danielle Salmon)

Original title:

À droite toute

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16:9 SD, Color

Age rating:

Starting at 10

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