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Femmes sans Nom is the second film in a proposed trilogy conceived by Hungarian director Geza Radvanyi (the first was [[Feature~V136904~Somewhere in Europe~valaholeuropaban]]). In each of these three films, Radvanyi hoped to dramatically convey the plight of those left homeless and destitute by WW II. Femmes sans Nom is set in a relocation camp in Trieste, where hundreds of disenfranchised European women are huddled together. Prominent among these unfortunate souls is a former aristocrat, played by [[Performer~P187768~Francoise Rosay~françoiserosay]]; a woman of loose morals, portrayed by [[Performer~P238559~Simone Simon~simonesimon]]; and an expectant mother, essayed by [[Performer~P15148~Valentine Cortese~valentinacortese]]. After the lukewarm response to Femmes sans Nom, Geza Radvanyi dropped his plans for the third film in his "displaced persons" series. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Simone Simon
as Frenchwoman
Françoise Rosay
as Countess
Valentina Cortese
as Yugoslavian
Gino Cervi
as Brigadier
Irasema Dilian