From Jean Claude Brisville. With: Daniel Mesguich and William Mesguich.
After the defeat of Waterloo and the exile of Napoleon, Wellington and the coalition troops are in Paris. The revolt is growing. Who will govern the country? On the evening of July 6, 1815, the "king-makers" Fouché and Talleyrand meet at a dinner to decide what to give to France. If the first wishes a republic, the second considers the return of the Bourbons. Neither can act without the other. Then begins a negotiation between two powerful men who hate each other but that historical circumstances condemn to agree. Republic and Monarchy oppose each other in a dip of diplomacy, wit and cynicism, which is perhaps at the dawn of all politics.
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