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Yves Christian Fournier
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The film was not what I expected it to be. A little like, "La guerre des tuques", but not as good. Children don't think like that! It was obvious that some of what they say is purely lines created for them, because children of these ages don't think about war in the world all the time, they don't think about when they arw going to be older, and that they would not be like there parents! It's a lesson of moral.. They are 10 years old !!! But the fort was nice, and some of the actors are so cute that they do the film by themselves! Kids are going to like the movie, but older ones... maybe not.
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