In a small town in the West of France, during the German Occupation, a room is requisitioned by a Wehrmacht captain, Werner von Ebrennac. The house where he now stays is inhabited by young Jeanne, who makes a living by giving piano lessons, and by her grandfather. Quite upset, the two "hosts" decide to resist the occupier by never speaking a word to him. Now Werner is a lover of France and its culture, and he tries to persuade them that a rapprochement between Germany and France would be beneficial for the two nations. Quite unexpectedly Jeanne, little by little, falls in love with Werner. At the same time, the Francophile officer loses his illusions, realizing at last that what Nazi Germany actually wants is to thrall France and to stifle its culture...
Writer:Anne Giafferi, Vercors (short stories: Le Silence de la mer & Ce jour-là)
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Darryl S (nl) wrote: I wanted to like this but the acting is so very very bad.
Brendan N (kr) wrote: showing signs of fatigue this addition is definitely nothing compared to the films that have come before it. Selleck is still very strong in the lead but its the writing and direction that let the film down. The mysterious aren't all that involving and the drama that normally works with the film just doesn't come together. the series was travelling quite well until this film but with all franchises its very easy to fall into a pattern of delivering something undercooked just to have something out there for the audience. I was actually looking forward to more interesting cases but this film let me down. hopefully for the next addition they work out the quirks and deliver what the fans are wanting
Austin B (es) wrote: I watched This movie on Netflix & The only Reason I watched it was because The Cover looked cool, You Know Because of the creepy clowns & Because It Sounded Cool. I was a Bit Disappointed in it Because of How predictable the whole thing was, like the teens' Fears & the way they got killed by their fears. I Mean I even Predicted how the movie was going end from the minute that teenager picked up the artifact. Not only that but, none of the teens had a fear of clowns, The whole film basically centered around the main character's Fear of a scarecrow. And I was sort of looking forward to another Killer Clown film.
Veronica S (au) wrote: This movie was ok. The story was slow paced and almost boring.
Danny P (jp) wrote: I was entertained by the movie. I enjoyed the action. Perhaps taking pain killers was the reason, but I doubt it as the wife seemed to enjoy it too.
Allan C (ca) wrote: "Stand by Me" meets "The Fury". It's a classy production all around, but the story meanders and lacked a clear focus. I felt it should have chosen to be either a coming of age tale about Hopkins mentoring young Bobby Garfield or it should have been about Hopkins being in hiding and on the run for mysterious reasons. However, the film is held together by excellent performances all around (I particularly liked Alan Tudyk in a pre-Firefly one scene role) and memorable scenes sprinkled throughout. The odd combination of wonder years nostalgia and elements of more typical Stephen King supernatural intrigue make the film unique, it still doesn't quite all come together. It's not a bad film but it feels like a missed opportunity for something that could have been great.
Melanie D (mx) wrote: I didn't find it very interesting at all, although there were some amusing lines thrown in here and there.
Sarah F (de) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...
cli o (kr) wrote: no thanks not my thing
John B (es) wrote: I hate when people criticise a kids movie as if it's supposed to be Oscar winning tour de force! This film does exactly what it's supposed to do entertain kids. It's got a great cast which makes it all that much easier for parents to watch. Walter Matthau as Mr Wilson couldn't be payed better by anyone else. I love Christopher Lloyd in everything and he's great in this role too.
Daniel R (mx) wrote: Just about enough sex and nudity
S L (ru) wrote: 24 april 2003Catherine Deneuve vehicle
Kathy C (ru) wrote: Julie Andrew's voice is wonderful. And I hit the repeat time and again on her song "Dear Little Boy"
Joel H (gb) wrote: I appreciate Rashomon for what it is and the influence that it had on film, but, to be completely honest, it hasn't aged very well. The pacing is a little uneven and the acting is distracting, at times. Nevertheless, you can't deny Kurosawa's talent in creating this iconic film with its multiple perspectives.
Antonio T (jp) wrote: Muy interesante el Cronenberg Jr. :p