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Film "La Soif de l'or"

Informations directionnelles

Prendre le chemin qui longe le moulin des marais, à gauche. Contourner le moulin en prenant le premier chemin à droite. Continuer tout droit jusqu’à l’allée des aulnes. Prendre à gauche, passer en contrebas du collègue, à l’intersection suivante, prendre gauche dans la rue du point du jour jusqu’aux Gaudimonts.

Prochain point :

"Gaudimonts"- Chaussée Brunehaut

Prochain point : lat="49.014132" lon="1.906233"

The silver screen in the commune



La soif de l’or
(The Thirst for Gold)
Gérard Oury, 1993

Part of this French comedy was filmed on the property of Moulin des Marais, which operated up until the First World War. Urbain Donnadieu (Christian Clavier), the director of a company that builds prefabricated houses, was raised by his grandmother in a profit-loving culture. He converts money stolen from his company into gold ingots that he hides among the bricks of his house in the country. To avoid having to pay tax, Urbain and his grandmother decide to take the gold to Switzerland... and their house along with it! His wife, Fleurette (Catherine Jacob), a tax inspector, and her lover Jacques (Philippe Khorsand), a chauffeur and Urbain's best friend, are keen to get their hands on the loot. The crazy chase is on...



Maigret et l’affaire Saint-Fiacre
(Maigret and the St. Fiacre Case)
Jean Delannoy, 1959

Filmed partly in the church square, Maigret et l’Affaire Saint-Fiacre is a Franco-Italian adaptation of the Georges Simenon novel L'Affaire Saint-Fiacre (released as Maigret Goes Home in English). Commissioner Maigret (Jean Gabin) returns to his childhood village of Saint-Fiacre at the invitation of the countess, who has received an anonymous letter announcing her death. The next day, Maigret finds her in the church; she has died of a heart attack. The commissioner is convinced that her sudden death is no mere coincidence. So he starts investigating...





by Expression Nomade