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Julian breaks down crying though, it is as if he knows instinctively just how real the game really is.
Despite the two lead actors being in their teens at most, this film managed to capture so much emotion and beauty while telling a typically melancholy french tale.
Even though these children are from rich families, living in this boarding school, and they are well-cared for, they still have worries.
This is an absolutely brilliant film. I used to have the dvd, but I loaned it to someone and never got it back. I will definitely buy the Criterion Collection version. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Easy Goer
AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS, (1987). An unusual, but welcome, French classic in full color, this 104 minute film, a biography/drama/World War II/holocaust picture was written and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Stephanie De Pue
This film doesn't portray the horrors of the death camps and ovens, but rather it is the viewpoint of a (non-Jewish) teenager watching the deportation of Jews in WW2 France.Published 9 months ago by Rick Treece
Au Revoir Les Enfants is a true story about Louis Malles.Louis Malle is the film maker and is played by Julien Quentin. Read morePublished 11 months ago by risa
The film Au Revoir Les Enfants tells a true story of author’s childhood in the Nazi occupied France where Jews were prosecuted. Read morePublished 11 months ago by zhengbenli
In the film Au Revoir Les Enfants produced by Louis Malles, the protagonist Julien Quentin is a student at the Petit College d’Avon during the era of Nazi occupation over France. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Xiurong Zou
The movie "Au Revoir Les Enfants" takes place in the years of 1943 - 1944. At this time in history, a cruel event took place, and this event was WW2. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Savitri Rampersaud
I'm a French major at university. I found this movie to be most educating &, to a degree, enlightening to what the French culture was like during the occupation took place.Published 12 months ago by Brian Zavala
I love this film and that is whey it is considered a classic. A must see, for me a must own.Published 17 months ago by Ivan Womboldt