Fleeing the June 1940 arrival of Hitler's army in Paris, a young war widow and her two children are rescued from dive-bombing German fighters by a cocky, reckless teenager. He finds them refuge in an abandoned house, but despite the fact that the family quickly comes to be depending much on his cunning and survival abilities, their cohabitation proves uneasy.
Writer:Gilles Perrault (novel), Gilles Taurand (screenplay), André Téchiné (screenplay)
Emmanuelle Béart stars as a widowed schoolteacher who flees Nazi-occupied Paris with her children. A teenaged boy comes to their rescue by leading them into the forest -- their best shot at survival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Guillaume L (au) wrote: 1975, la revolution culturelle chinoise vue a travers les yeux de 4 garcons de 11 ans. Interessant dans sa presentation de ce que pouvait etre la ruralite a cette epoque mais pas mal de longueurs.
Melody Z (jp) wrote: Don't care what the critics say - this film is a girl home alone guilty pleasure
Rita V (br) wrote: The only mistake was Dob Kata. It could be perfect without her. But the film can show some hard parts of the Hungarian history. I can recommend it.
Benjamin (it) wrote: awesome on the edge of ur seat thriller way better than wrong turn
Wesley W (it) wrote: Not even close to being as good as the first two, but it was a bold move of bringing back some of the original cast, thats why I give this one star.
Michael F (kr) wrote: Not sure why they decided to fuck off so much of Dean's story (relative to how it was in the book). I guess that's just to be expected of film adaptations. I could have done with out watching this, and only knowing Kerouac's original work.
Lucas B (mx) wrote: It had some awesome actors but the movie was just alright
Hugh C (au) wrote: At least he's persistent - get at em Nic
Zoran S (fr) wrote: Solid Western with great performances, especially by Tracy and Widmark. Dmytryk's direction is amazing,