1944• Drama •00h55
Made in 1944 to aid the war effort, “Bon Voyage” and “Aventure Malgache” are absorbing dramas of wartime espionage and murder. Directed by cinema genius Alfred Hitchcock, they were labeled “inflammatory” British government officials and shelved in order to be forgotten. But here they are!
Made in French with French actors exiled in Great Britain, this duo of propaganda films is a piece of History.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock