In a Nazi-occupied French town, meek and mild-mannered teacher Albert Lory lives with his mother. Few people, including his students, have any respect for him and he literally shakes in his boots during an air raid. He is quite friendly with his fellow teacher, Louise Martin and her brother Paul who also happen to be neighbors. If truth be told, Albert is quite in love with Louise but she is in a relationship with George Lambert and he feels she is quite beyond his reach. Paul is a member of the resistance and is killed when Lambert informs the Nazis. Outraged at what he's done, Albert arrives at Lambert's office just as the informer commits suicide. Albert is charged with murder but the local Nazi commander, Major Erich von Keller, offers him a deal...
Eric W (it) wrote: Well written, excellent cinematography. Many scenes/shots tell their own story, and the exposition is informative and nicely delivered. Movie has a tendency to jump around a bit between five different stories, but they all come together in the end. A definite must see if only just once.
Ronnetta C (mx) wrote: I really liked this movie. Somethings could have been better, but for the most part. It was a good story.
Chris F (mx) wrote: A white skin, red lipped, busty woman wearing a black brazziere and weilding a magic sword while battling Lucifer in hell. What could go wrong?
Patrick S (mx) wrote: 'its like a slip-n-slide dude'
chip r (br) wrote: #1 worst movie I've ever seen. There will never be a movie worse than this.
Francesco L (au) wrote: This is an example of the perfect movie. It makes you feel good while watching, the cast is the best ensamble i've seen in any movie and you feel emotionally connected to each of the characters and what they are going through. Mumford is always overloooked and if you haven't seen it and you have the opportunity to, please take it. You will enjoy it.
Cita W (ag) wrote: Oh shit, this movie cracked me up when I was a kid. It still cracks me up till today.
Jess L (ag) wrote: A family film that used to be good to watch but on closer and more recent inspection is a film better left to memory. I don't think it would hold up for families with young kids today although the scene towards the end when Harry is the "police siren" still cracks me up.
Carabo P (br) wrote: Si juntas humor ingls + gore alemn, surje una curiosidad destacable. :-DDDD
Michael T (es) wrote: Too long and too predictable to make much of an impact.