Not long before World War I, in a French Alpine town near the Italian border, a pack of slaughtered wolves is delivered to local taxidermist Leon (Patrick Chesnais). A surviving black cub comes down from the mountains looking for his family, and is saved from discovery and certain death by Leon’s young daughter Angele, who releases him back into the wild. The Great War comes and goes, making local foundry owners the Garcins rich. Family patriarch Albert Garcin (Michel Galabru), who happens to be Angele’s godfather, has given a free lifetime’s lease of a shack in the hills to a gypsy woman (played in flashbacks by Elisa Tovati in which she’s seen, literally, having dances with wolves on stage). Her son Guiseppe (Stefano Accorsi), who appears to be slightly mentally handicapped, guards the wolves he’s befriended up there, especially the black pack leader he calls Carbone.
Writer:Jean Cosmos (adaptation), Gilles Legrand, Philippe Vuaillat
At the end of World War I, 20 year-old Angle is determined to become the first woman veterinarian. Her life is an adventurous one and she becomes the object of ruthless rivalry between the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tatiana S (mx) wrote: Filma a parte da srie de TV!!! Muito bom... o visual esta um pouco diferente, mas no deixa de ser empolgante!
Dan M (fr) wrote: Oy vey! Your son is also a bad actor. The best thing about this movie is the title. Bad script, bad acting, bad sets (they talk about a jacuzzi and then we see it is just a bathtub - WHAT?) - Lainie Kazan tries her best, and she made me wish she was in a better movie. With Bruce Vilanch, it should have been funny at least. Oh, and Saul Rubinek goes in a gay bar and every man hits on him? What? Saul Rubinek? Is New York really that desperate for gay men? This movie is just a mess really.
RA L (jp) wrote: WIDESCREEN. Interesante, bastante satisfactoria en su rareza y, sobre todo, gana muchos puntos por su originalidad y su direccin de arte. / Interesting, quite satisfactory in its weirdness and, above all, earns many points for its originality and its art direction.
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