Un grand patron: Professor Louis Delage is a kidney transplant specialist. He is so good in his field that his peers nickname him the "great man". But one day, one of his patients die during surgery and Delage starts doubting. Is he actually such a great man? To fight desperation he decides to take in the deceased child while devoting more time to Florence, his hitherto neglected wife.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||November 28, 1951|
|Actors:||Émile Genevois Anne Beranger Bernard Hubrenne Bernard Musson Catherine Romane Christian Fourcade Christiane Barry Claire Duhamel Claude Nicot Dominique Marcas Elisa Lamotte Georgette Anys Jacques Monod Jean Thielment Jean-Claude Pascal Joëlle Robin Judith Magre Julien Maffre Ky Duyen Madeleine Barbulee Maguy Horiot Marcel Andre Maurice Ronet Michel Vadet Nadine Alari Nadine Bellaigue Philippe Mareuil Pierre Destailles Pierre Fresnay Raymond Galle Renee Devillers Robert Moor Roland Alexandre Serge Lecointe Tania Soucault|
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