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Section spéciale (English title Special Section) is a 1975 French film, directed by Costa Gavras. It stars Louis Seigner, Roland Bertin, Michael Lonsdale, Ivo Garrani, François Maistre, Jacques Spiesser, Henri Serre, Heinz Bennett and Claude Piéplu. It is named after the Special Sections of Vichy France. The film shared the Best Director prize at the 1975 Cannes Film Festival, and was nominated for a Golden Globe award for best foreign film. In France during the German occupation, a young German naval officer is killed in Paris by a group of leftist activists. The compliant Vichy government seeks to appease the Germans by locating the perpetrators and agreeing to the execution of six people, and a special section is set up for this purpose. The section consists of judges who are too ambitious, cowardly or inhuman to refuse such work. Four idealistic young Frenchmen are arrested, tortured and slated for execution, and to the government it does not matter whether they are guilty or...
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