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  1. The Horse of Pride is a 1980 rural drama film directed by Claude Chabrol. Its title in French is Le cheval d'orgueil. It is based on Le cheval d'orgueil, an autobiography by Pêr-Jakez Helias. The film takes place in the Bigouden area south of Quimper.

  2. The Horse of Pride: Directed by Claude Chabrol. With Jacques Dufilho, Bernadette Le Saché, François Cluzet, Paul Le Person. In early twentieth-century Brittany, two peasants marry, have a son, and live in traditional Breton ways: three generations under one roof, a division of labor between the sexes, elders' stories at night, politics and ...

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    • Drama
    • Claude Chabrol
    • 1985-12
  3. In early twentieth-century Brittany, two peasants marry, have a son, and live in traditional Breton ways: three generations under one roof, a division of labor between the sexes, elders’ stories at night, politics and religion during their little free time.

    • Claude Chabrol
  4. In early twentieth-century Brittany, two peasants marry, have a son, and live in traditional Breton ways: three generations under one roof, a division of labor between the sexes, elders' stories at night, politics and religion during their little free time.

  5. The Horse of Pride 1980 | Maturity Rating: 13+ | Drama In the early 1900s, a family of Breton peasants struggles to hold onto their culture and traditions in the midst of poverty and war.

  6. In early twentieth-century Brittany, two peasants marry, have a son, and live in traditional Breton ways: three generations under one roof, a division of labor between the sexes, elders' stories at night, politics and religion during their little free time. Times are hard: la Chienne du Monde drives some to suicide; Ankou (death) is close at hand.

  7. A very different opening from Chabrol, a free-flowing historical portrait of a village in France's Brittany in the early 20th century. It mostly feels like a two-hour introduction to a film that…