Austerlitz, la victoire en marchant
Jean-François Delassus
2006 - 92 min - DVC Pro - France

Sunday, 1st Dec. 1805: It’s the eve of one of the most famous battles in history.
The Battle of Austerlitz is considered by all military academies as one of the greatest victories in the history of warfare, the purest demonstration of Napoleon’s military talent – a confrontation between the brand-new empire born of the French Revolution and the time-honoured empires of Austria and Russia. At stake: the future of Europe itself.
This is the story of a battle that was won more by the soldiers’ legs than by guns.



Author-Director : Jean-François Delassus
Delegate Producer : Point du Jour
Co-producer : Tarantula Belgique
Broadcasting Co-producer : ARTE France
Broadcasting Co-producer : ORF (Österreichischer Rundfunk)
Broadcasting Co-producer : NDR (Norddeutscher Rundfunk)
Broadcasting Pre-purchase : RTBF Bruxelles
Contribution : CNC, Région Wallonne

Distribution


Distributor : Point du Jour International
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