Gabrielle is a young French Resistance fighter in occupied France. When she learns that her sister has been killed by the Gestapo, she is determined to figure out who is responsible. Torn ... See full summary »
Gabrielle is a young French Resistance fighter in occupied France. When she learns that her sister has been killed by the Gestapo, she is determined to figure out who is responsible. Torn between wanting to kill the traitor herself the and following orders, Gabrielle soon learns that no one, her fellow fighters, her priest, not even herself, can be trusted. Written by
AMAZING ART! Michael Good(director)is a god among men. The art direction is also nothing less than genius, although it felt a bit Dutch instead of French. The acting was on par and felt natural. I felt like the actors really lived in 1940's France. The Nazis were scary whenever they burst thru a door. Great costumes and great props. This promising young director will be likely to go down in history to the likes of Martin Scorsese or Akira Kurosawa. I would recommend this film to anyone who has lived thru the second world war or anyone with an interest in history. I would not recommend this film for Nazis. The film is dark yet full of hope that will shine on us all for ages to come. The film gallantly fuses the scenes together thru the music. If you're looking for a pointless action film, look no further. This film has a message that will leave you in awe. 10/10.
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