La Loi du Nord
La Loi du nord ([la lwa dy nɔʁ], "The Law of the North"; also called La Piste du Nord, "The Northern Trail") is a 1939 French adventure drama film directed by Jacques Feyder who co-wrote screenplay with Alexandre Arnoux and Charles Spaak, based on novel "Telle qu'elle était de son vivant" by Maurice Constantin-Weyer. The films stars Michèle Morgan, Pierre Richard-Willm and Charles Vanel. It tells the story of an escaped prisoner, his woman secretary and two guardsmen in the Far North. It was entered for the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film at the 1939 Cannes Film Festival.
|La Loi du nord|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Jacques Feyder|
|Produced by||Roland Tual|
|Written by||Jacques Feyder|
Maurice Constantin-Weyer (novel)
|Music by||Louis Beydts|
|Cinematography||Jean Charpentier |
|Edited by||Roger Spiri-Mercaton|
Robert Shaw manslaughters his wife's lover and runs away with his secretary Jacqueline. Helped by a French trapper who takes them for film-makers, they hide in Northern Canada. But the corporal Dalrymple discovers their identity and hunts them, until Jacqueline dies exhausted by such a hard expedition.
- "Loi du nord (La)". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-01-25.
- La Loi du Nord at the British Film Institute's Film and TV Database
- La Loi du Nord on IMDb
- La Loi du Nord at AllMovie
- La Loi du nord at DvdToile