Orphaned after a Nazi air raid, Paulette, a young Parisian girl, runs into Michel, an older peasant boy, and the two quickly become close. Together, they try to make sense of the chaotic and crumbling world around them, attempting to cope with death as they create a burial ground for Paulette's deceased pet dog. Eventually, however, Paulette's stay with Michel's family is threatened by the harsh realities of wartime.
- Stars:Georges Poujouly, Brigitte Fossey, Amédée, Laurence Badie, Madeleine Barbulée, Suzanne Courtal, Lucien Hubert, Jacques Marin, Violette Monnier, Denise Péronne, Fernande Roy, Louis Saintève, André Wasley, Marcel Mérovée,
- Director:René Clément,
- Writer:Jean Aurenche (dialogue), Jean Aurenche (screenplay), Pierre Bost (dialogue), Pierre Bost (screenplay), François Boyer (dialogue), François Boyer (nov
A young French girl orphaned in a Nazi air attack is befriended by the son of a poor farmer, and together they try to come to terms with the realities of death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: I effin' love CHO. She's so real and outspoken. There should be more people in the world out there like her.
(br) wrote: Another old school superhero film that is not half as bad as people make it out to be & I think was way ahead of it's time. Does it drag in some places? Absolutely! Are the Hulk dogs ridiculous? Damn right they are! But the trippy visuals & comic book style framing make this one worth revisiting. HULK SMASH!
(ru) wrote: The character of Amitabh in this Movie is what I enjoy. Take Amitabh and give him Kader Khan`s Dialogues: PERFECT In my opinion only Amitabh had the talent to bring up Kader Khan`s Dialogue proper on his Lips, with his voice and Expression.
(nl) wrote: Another gorgeous looking film from the Criterion collection that I should have just bought instead of renting.This noir thriller is as bleak as anything you'd get in the US, but the French really run with the ball on this one and give us a great caper with a recently paroled con trying to pull that one last heist that will allow him to retire, and all the various complications that come along to derail this idea. Great stuff, well worth a look.
(br) wrote: We jump out of planes and guys shoot at us. A platoon is sent into Burma to destroy a Japanese radar station during World War II. The execution of their mission could save many lives and ultimately lead to helping the air force identify strategic bombing locations; however, once in Burma the platoon will struggle to make it out and back to safety. "Even if my mother in-law is in one of them it's a great site." Raoul Walsh, director of A Private's Affair, A Lion is in the Streets, White Heat, Cheyenne, Hot for Paris, and The Monkey Talks, delivers Objective Burma. The storyline for this movie is fairly good and contains fascinating characters. The script and premise is interesting but fairly common for the war genre. The cast delivers excellent performances and includes Errol Flynn, James Brown, William Prince, George Tobias, and Henry Hull. "There were some moments there I wished I was someplace else or anywhere else for that matter." We continue to DVR Errol Flynn pictures and my wife discovered and recorded this movie. I found it entertaining but pretty standard for the genre. I did thoroughly enjoy the characters but didn't find it particularly unique. Overall, this is an entertaining picture for the genre but nothing remarkable. "When you're dealing with monkeys you've got to expect a few monkeys." Grade: B
(us) wrote: Pretty good movie. Very heartwarming and affectionate. Very good acting also. I just thought it started off very slow and then dragged on. But, the pace was the only thing I didn't like. The rest, I did. Even Dan Aykroyd wasn't bad.
(it) wrote: Chuck Norris is cool