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The Female Agents [Region 4]

By Vendetta Films

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Format: DVD
Release Date: 20 September 2010
1944: a crucial moment in the Second World War. The mission: a five-woman commando unit must eliminate the head of German counter-intelligence in Paris.

At stake: the Normandy Landings. A five-woman commando unit parachutes into occupied France on a daring and dangerous mission to protect the secret of the D-Day Landings and eliminate Colonel Heindrich, the head of German counter-intelligence.

Louise is a trained sniper and the widow of a Resistance leader. Jeanne is a tough hooker who won't hesitate to kill. Gaelle is a young and brilliant explosives expert desperate to see some action.

Suzy is a stunning former showgirl and Heindrich's one-time lover. Maria is an Italian contessa undercover with the French Resistance. Female Agents is an action-packed tribute to the real-life espionage operatives whose exploits inspired the film.


This is a Region 4 disc. A multi-region player may be required in order to play this disc in this part of the world.

Run Time: 117 minutes
Region: 4
Director: Jean Paul Salome
Cast: Sophie Marceau, Julie Depardieu, Marie Gillain, Alexandre Jazede
Publisher: Vendetta Films
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6 review(s)
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Ian Robert Carron on
For a bargain based movie...very good. Even though sub titled, found it quite gripping.
Bernadette McIlwraith on
Good film. Lot of action, has a French stamp to it & if it was in English you'd lose authenticity.Certainly needs subtitles as they speak so fast.
Maurice Besnard on
This would have been a much better film if it had been in English
Stuart Gross on
Not bad but the sub titles are a little annoying. With female agents its a different spin on the usual war film and and easy watch
Anonymous on
Very good movie, interesting and engaging.
Laura Watty on
This was a really good film.

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