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The New Men (Les Nouveaux Messieurs) by director, Jacques Feyder, is about an lectrician working at the Paris Opera, In love with gorgeous ballerina Suzanne (Gaby Morlay), who is subsidised by a powerful politician Count Montoire.

When the Opera goes on strike, he becomes head of the union and eventually is elected Secretary of Labor in the French cabinet. Now equal to Montoire,  Suzanne has a hard time chosing between the two.


In its day, the film was  banned by the French government for undermining "the dignity of Parliament and its ministers"; but Jacques Feyder got a contract with MGM studios in Hollywood.

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