Zero for Conduct (Zéro de conduite)

Four rebellious young boys at a repressive French boarding school plot and execute a revolt against their teachers and take over the school. The film first. It was first shown on 7 April 1933 and was subsequently banned in France until 15 February 1946 for fear of public disorder. 

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