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As the 1914 summer sun heats up mainland Europe, World War One crashes down across the fractured peninsula. Living in Paris, Dutchman Arthur Knaap yearns to serve, protect and defend his beloved nation and joins the Foreign Legion.
Klaas van Eijkeren
this film was show at the Hampton Film Festival and got a standing ovation. It was uplifting and beautiful to watch. Great story based on real people. The music is unforgettable. The movie was romantic and entertaining. It reminds me of the great classics of foreign cinema. The story has twists and turns and it draws you in and can't wait to find out what will develop. Paris never looked more beautiful than in this film. I hope the music will be release because it will make a great CD. Cluade Lelouch is a master of getting the most out of his actors. The lead woman is a real find with an engaging face that the camera loves.
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