La révolte des enfants

La révolte des enfants

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In the 19th century, children -- particularly the children of the poor -- were considered to be an exploitable resource of docile and cheap labor. Anyone who had the effrontery to steal so much as a portion of a loaf of bread for any reason would (at the very least) go to prison, regardless of their age. However, people of conscience were beginning to protest against this situation. The story takes place in a prison for children where conditions are particularly harsh. The warden is a thick-headed martinet who demands complete compliance with the rules, or the children will be brutally dealt with. The assistant warden is a more modern man, and is appalled by the whole institution, but seeks to begin by reforming it. To that end, he has invited a journalist to come and see the conditions that prevail there, in the hopes that she will rouse public opinion against at least this one form of injustice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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La révolte des enfants torrent reviews

Aaron S (au) wrote: A college student's summer art project at best.

Andrew D (us) wrote: An entertaining and inspirational sports drama with fine performances that helps it overcome an overlong runtime.

Cassie H (nl) wrote: lol..it was on tv and i had nothing better to watch or do..

Raven B (gb) wrote: This movie was so funny!

Brodie P (nl) wrote: The "Citizen Kane" of dumbass redneck films.

Matthew M (kr) wrote: I want to see this one for the same reasons I want to see the 1994 Fantastic Four because I hear it is so bad it makes you laugh.

Paul R (us) wrote: classic 80s cold warm movie

Akira Y (br) wrote: I hated this film the first time I saw it, but really came to appreciate it on second viewing. I mean the deglorication of the Arthurian legend trope was masterful. I just loved the sound of Bresson's "robots" clanking around in their armor making them seem even more robotic. The gruesome reality and bare bones shooting mixed in with the grimy sets was great.

Michaela W (kr) wrote: One of my all-time favorite classic movies!