A French boarding school run by priests seems to be a haven from World War II until a new student arrives. He becomes the roommate of top student in his class. Rivals at first, the roommates form a bond and share a secret. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Au Revoir Les Enfants
A French boarding school run by priests seems to be a haven from World War II until a new student arrives. He becomes the roommate of top student in his class. Rivals at first, the roommates form a bond and share a secret.
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phoebe l (fr) wrote: this is my favorite movie
Cancelled U (es) wrote: its a chick flick all right.
visitorQ S (gb) wrote: Short, but beautiful movie.
Brendon V (jp) wrote: Good movie, averagely good plot
Michael T (us) wrote: Palindromes is frustrating at times, but it is also a brutal, ethically challenging picture, that you leave feeling there are 'no right answers'.
Ruben O (es) wrote: Amazing story. Sammi Cheng and Andy Lau are perfect on screen.
Niloo R (ru) wrote: a really creepy film - definitely interesting in it's own way, but ultimately it had me wondering if it would be half as intriguing if it wasn't about cats. it was riding a lot on the disconnect between its animated disney-esque format, and gruesome subject-matter. not sure if the story would have stood up on its own without the help of the shock factor.
Gabriel A (nl) wrote: Not sure if it's an underrated classic or I'm just nostalgic towards this film and its soundtrack but the story really is good and the performances are very good as well.
Michael M (jp) wrote: Definitely more hits than misses, there's some great humor early on but it falls apart entirely by the third act like most modern comedies.
gerardo r (us) wrote: A stage play that was seamlessly transferred to the screen. It is a great example of dialogue driven melodrama. It is a film about ideas, mostly the ideas of Howard's character. It is a reflection on life and the motivations that drive people to live fully and care for others. This was Bogart's beginning to fame after previous failed attempts. His character is grim and menacing from the beginning. His classic tough persona begins here. The action carefully moves from the initial expansive shots of the Arizona desert into a closed set diner which adds to a claustrophobic sense that builds up to the climax. Howard plays a carefree character who is traveling the United States with the power of the thumb. He comes across a diner where he meets a lovely woman that is willing to listen to his philosophical ramblings and is an example of kindness that he has not seen in a long while. Howard plays a charismatic and humorous character. Howard's monologues are not realistic, but meant as food for thought. Davis plays the love-stricken woman and plays well as the non-intellectual counterpart with big dreams. In the meantime a notorious criminal was running from the law at the same time. Soon Howard and the rest of the cast find themselves hostages to the Duke Mantee in the lonely diner in the middle of the desert. The Duke is waiting for the rest of his gang to catch up to him. In the diner, the director cleverly has Bogart sit so that the horns of a moose behind him appear to come out of Bogart himself.The lively characters and constant interaction between all the actors make it a great film to watch and provides depth to the script. You really get to know the characters and although the contrast between them are sometimes exaggerated, they are fun to watch. This film is strongly recommended for those who enjoy stage plays, character movies and the lead actors (Howard, Davis and Bogart).
Chad D (jp) wrote: Interesting Musical that even though it stretches what happened in Philadelphia in 1776, stays close enough to the truth that end in the end you've enjoyed John Adams getting yelled at the entire time.
Nick J (au) wrote: Quite a few plot holes and needlessly gruesome deaths (seemingly to ramp up the "wow" factor), but still pretty entertaining.