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'De Gaulle' is a historical feature film set in Paris in 1940. It is directed and written by Gabriel Le Bomin, known as 'Le Puits', 'Les fragments d'Antonin' and 'Insoupónnable'. It presents the biographical history of the De Gaulle family and how they faced the military and political collapse of France. Charles, played by Lambert Wilson ('Matrix Reloaded', 'Catwoman', 'Sahara'), goes to London while his wife Yvonne, played by Isabelle Carré ('Anonymous Shysters', 'Anna M.', 'Remembering Beautiful Things'), stays with the three children on a journey that will take her into exile with her family. The cast includes Olivier Gourmet ('The Exercise of Power', 'The Son', 'The Bicycle Kid'), Catherine Mouchet ('Thérèse', 'The Monk', 'My Little Business'), Pierre Hancisse ('Dreamers', 'Que d'amour! ('Osmosis'), Sophie Quinton ('Who Killed Bambi', 'Avril', 'Peau de vache'), Gilles Cohen ('A Prophet', 'My Heart Has Stopped Beating', 'Office of Infiltrators'), Laurent Stocker ('Juntos, nada más', '1001 Gram', 'Cézanne y yo'), Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu ('Tres solteros y un biberón', 'Natalia', 'Amor y otros desastres'), Tim Hudson ('In the cloud', 'Kid in the corner', 'Obsesión'), Nicolas Vaude ('El pacto de los lobos', 'Largo Winch', 'Fanny').