Reunion in France

Reunion in France

Frenchwoman Michele de la Becque, an opponent of the Nazis in German-occupied Paris, hides a downed American flyer, Pat Talbot, and attempts to get him safely out of the country.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:1942
  • Language:English,German,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   paris france,   fight,  

Frenchwoman Michele de la Becque, an opponent of the Nazis in German-occupied Paris, hides a downed American flyer, Pat Talbot, and attempts to get him safely out of the country. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Louise S (it) wrote: One of my favourites of 2014

John W (it) wrote: The Asylum brings us Jurassic Park without the excitement or wonder... Ok, seriously, The Asylum is known for SyFy type films, blockbuster knockoffs, and low budget horror but they are often still good, silly fun. Age of Dinosaurs isn't their best, but not their worst either and remember, they did give us Sharknado!

bunny j (fr) wrote: kplf4jinf3b4oufbpouxt3hib43uvy

Ivy K (fr) wrote: Nothing special, wreaks of Texas Chainsaw Massacre elements, unoriginal and flat. 2 stars for the gore.

Steve S (ru) wrote: I rented this one because Russell Peters was in it. It was free and i still want money back...

Nilufer R (de) wrote: It's been very informational for me. I've always been sensitive to veterans but I had no idea what they've been going through. It's the worst type of post traumatic stress disorder and shame on US for not helping.

Daniel J (gb) wrote: You have to love Marla Sokoloff.

Bill M (fr) wrote: Huge, operatic, magnificently ambitious and emotionally exhausting, Magnolia is one of the greatest films of the last 30 years, possibly ever in fact. An incredible ensemble cast give across the board astonishingly powerful, complex performances, it's indeed hard to single out a single one, but Tom Cruise deserves mention, he gives a performance to silence all his haters as Frank Mackey, delivering a role of Nicholson esc manic intensity that makes you wish the actor would play out side his sandbox more often, he's truly amazing. This is a profound exploration of the real possibilities of cinema, an experiment in pushing the boundaries of movie storytelling and narrative, ans a beautiful look at the flaws and beauty of people and the ties that bind us all culminating in a final sequence of stunningly mad audacity that will prove too much for some to get past. A true masterpiece that will leave you feeling elated, and emotionally knackered.

Greg R (jp) wrote: Bizarre, strange, absurd, smart as well as being both funny and dramatic. The best part has got to be Charlie Kaufman's unique, well-written script.

Justin B (br) wrote: Though the first and final stories have their charms, what really saves this mediocre sequel is 'The Raft'; the brutal and terrifying middle story that acts as a miniature version of The Blob.

Luc L (it) wrote: Beautiful cinematography but the film contents are vulgar and void.

Kevin M (jp) wrote: With the wrenching brutality of "Le Doulos", Melville purged himself of all remaining nihilism and began serious existential examinations of the underworld with "Le Deuxieme Souffle". In stark black and white, we follow the inherently tragic tale of Lino Ventura as Gustave, a murderer who springs from the pen in the first scene, managing a high level of tension despite our lack of knowledge or investment in his character. If the opposing characters in "Doulos" made the mistake of articulating too much, "Souffle" is the first time when Melville's cool detachment comes to the fore, marking the transition into his final master period. Of course, there are opposing characters from opposite sides of the law in this story, too: Paul Meurisse (later the resistance leader in "Army of Shadows") is Inspector Blot, who is practically a savant of crime scene analysis, and is on Gustave's trail like a bloodhound. We are dreading the inevitable return to crime for the poor fugitive. Forced to rely on his network of underworld contacts for assistance, he must gravitate toward their scheming; the only other alternative is to go back to his life sentence in prison. Can one truly be free if one's identity dictates one's fate? At least, that's how it is in the criminal milieu.The quote that opens "Souffle" is possibly the darkest and most direct of Melville's philosophical ideas. "A man is given but one right at birth: to choose his own death. But if he chooses because he's weary of life, then his entire existence has been without meaning." If we can interpret the expressionist prison escape as a literal rebirth, the quote takes on further heavy implications. What would a Melville "policier" be without an obsessively planned heist sequence? In "Souffle", the robbery of an armored car convoy is staged almost operatically. The long stretch of road surrounded by barren scrubland, appearing to stretch all the way into the horizon (maybe heaven?) is in the left corner of the frame; on the right (strong) area, the hoods look toward the psychologically weak side, anticipating the arrival of their quarry. The ant imagery in "Le Cercle Rouge" is established here literally, as a goon observes the insects scurrying about, then we cut to a high, wide angle shot of the group moving about the wasteland. A great deal of unadorned wit surrounds the story of the doomed criminals, and even the mundane aspects of shots can only be assumed to be deliberate and meaningful. While the story holds no surprises, the fact of the hoods' fates being literally "on rails" is a recurring Melville motif. See the bridge in "Le Samourai", the opening shot of "Le Doulos" or most blatantly, the epic train heist in "Un Flic".

Rachel H (us) wrote: Hilarious with a VERY well written mystery/murder plot! Stupendous!

John B (br) wrote: Grand Illusion was gutsy for its era in providing a critique of war in an era when war seemed inevitable. There is humour, emotion and pure humanity.

Richard B (de) wrote: I checked out this film on Netflix, because it is based on a novel by Nick Hornsby, author of About a Boy and High Fidelity. This film was okay at best; surprisingly I didn't really like the story at all. It was the cast, especially Pierce Brosnan, who kept this film afloat. Overall, just a very average film that had a few interested moments, but a film that I didn't like for the most part.

Andy F (br) wrote: Good Halloween decorations and sets to not a great film make. Not one of the best cheesy 80s horrors and has an early screen appearance by Mrs JR Ewing II.

Lucy N (gb) wrote: Why did I just waste two hours of my life watching a self indulgent director cram a weak plot with pointless scenes and never ending waterdrops.moral of the story is if you have shit clothes sense, give other people messed up hairstyles and wear special needs shoes...don't accept souvenirs by post