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The story is set in Djibouti , where the protagonists are soldiers in the French Foreign Legion. Parts of the soundtrack of the movie are from Benjamin Britten 's opera based on the novella. The film begins with the silhouettes of soldiers being ordered to stand in the sun as an endurance test. It is a recollection of Adjudant-Chef Galoup Denis Lavant , from his home in Marseille, where he is writing his memoirs.
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Gay life of the new legionnaire
Homosexuality in the French Foreign Legion | Marquesate's Gay Military Fiction
Search Search. Menu Sections. T HE warrior image of the Foreign Legion may never be the same again after the release today of a film on the homoerotic life of legionnaires and a call from the French forces for homesexuals to join the ranks. Beau Travail, directed by Claire Denis and starring Michel Subor, is a thousand miles from the world of Beau Geste, the classic story of the heroic legionnaire. Loosely adapted from Billy Budd, the novel by Herman Melville, the film tells the story of two soldiers competing for the attentions of their commanding officer in an isolated Legion detachment in Djibouti.
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French Foreign Legion soldiers were toughest in the world
By Roger Lewis for the Daily Mail. Cary Grant and Gary Cooper capered about in the desert wearing those distinctive hats with the white hankies dangling down the backs of their necks. Follow That Camel, which was filmed in exotic Camber Sands. A new book by Jean-Vincent Blanchard examines the legendary, vicious and racist French Foreign Legion, whose soldiers marched in 50C heat till their boots filled with blood. For the all-volunteer corps of the French Army, founded in , was neither comical, nor an excuse for high-spirited larks.
Homosexuality Brotherhoods of Warriors "The community of their lives had brought about profound friendship among these men. The camp, for most, took the place of their country; living without a family they transferred the needful tenderness to a companion, and they would fall asleep in the starlight side by side under the same cloak. And then in their perpetual wanderings through all sorts of countries, murders, and adventures, they contracted affections, one for the other, in which the stronger protected the younger in the midst of battles, helped him to cross precipices, sponged the sweat of fevers from his brow, and stole food for him, and the weaker, a child perhaps, who had been picked up on the roadside, and had then become a Mercenary, repaid this devotion by a thousand kindnesses. Though Flaubert pictures here the relations of the warriors during the great Mercenary War in Carthage BC after the First Punic War, he was obviously more influenced by Greek sources, and contemporary events in the French military.