The Track (film)

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The Track (French: La traque is a 1975 French thrillerdrama film directed by Serge Leroy.[1]

The Track
Directed bySerge Leroy
Produced byClaire Duval
Edouard Garrouste
Eugene Lepicier
Written byAndre G. Brunelin
Serge Leroy
StarringMimsy Farmer
Jean-Luc Bideau
Michael Lonsdale
Music byGiancarlo Chiaramello
CinematographyClaude Renoir
Edited byFrancois Ceppi
Release date
  • 14 May 1975 (1975-05-14) (France)


A young Englishwoman moves to a French village, close to a university where she is to teach. She befriends a local man, who then introduces her to his friends, as they prepare for a wild pig hunt. During the hunt, three of the men encounter the young woman in an abandoned barn and two of them rape her. In the aftermath, she grabs a rifle from one of them and shoots him, before running off, determined to tell the police. The others, including her friend, track her through woods and farmland, to prevent her reaching safety and informing the police of their attack.[2]




  • Sadoul, Georges; Morris, Peter (1972). Dictionary of Films. Oakland, California: University of California Press. p. 46. ISBN 978-0520021525. Nadja Tiller as Lotte.

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