It's really a shame seeing such a good idea (although it's not that original) in such bad pace. The last twenty minutes, however, things happens in much better mood. Together with this recovery, the good cast is enough to make this movie attractive.
During World War II, a French family decide to hide a Jew family in his house although their area is occupied by the Germans. Things get even worse when they have to house a Nazi general in their house.
The focus of the story is on François (Stanislas Crevillén) the house proprietor´s young son who lives a beautiful friendship with Georgi, the Jew girl who lives secretly in his house.
My Rate 6/10
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