Nemo's Bank (French: La banque Nemo) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Marguerite Viel and starring Victor Boucher, Mona Goya and René Bergeron. The film is based on a 1931 play of the same name, but also has strong similarities to the Stavisky Affair which took place the year the film was released.
|Directed by||Marguerite Viel|
|Written by||Louis Verneuil (play) |
|Starring||Victor Boucher |
|Music by||Armand Bernard|
|Cinematography||Henri Barreyre |
|27 July 1934|
A man rises from the gutter to become a leading banker. His involvement in dishonest financial dealings threaten the collapse of his empire, but he is rescued by the various politicians who have interests in the firm.
- Hayward p.149
- Hayward, Susan. French National Cinema. Routledge, 2006.