About the film
france 1970s world war ii diva musician widow hand grenade satire revenge parody reunion romance french resistance based on play or musical singer german officer debate nazi collaborationism rude frenchman 1940s double identity french gestapo
Gramps Is in the Resistance
Release Date: October 26, 1983
|Slogan||:||«The movie that cost more than the D-Day Landings»|
|Production Companies||:||Les Films Christian Fechner|
|Writers||:||Christian Clavier, Jean-Marie Poiré, Martin Lamotte|
It is 1943 in Paris. Like so many others, the Bourbelle family's home has been taken over by the Germans and they now live in their cellar. Little do they know that the son, Guy-Hubert Bourdelle, is far from being the cowardly hairdresser he pretends. He is in truth the Germans’ most feared opponent: le super-résistant!