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Cartouches gauloises (2007)

A pair of childhood friends spend a spring together before the summer Algeria's war of Independence.

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Mohamed Faouzi Ali Cherif ...
Ali (as Hamada)
Thomas Millet ...
Nicolas dit Nico
Tolga Cayir ...
Gino Sisti
Julien Amate ...
David
Mohammed El Amine Medjahri ...
Bachir (as Mohammed Medjari)
Sabrina Senoussi ...
La petite fille aux perles
Nassim Meziane ...
Paul
Aurore Labrugère ...
Julie
Nadia Samir ...
Habiba
Zahia Said ...
Aïcha
Bonnafet Tarbouriech ...
Barnabé, le chef de gare
Mohamed Dine Elhannani ...
Djelloul (as Mohammed Dine El Hannani)
Betty Krestinsky ...
Rachel
Assia Brahmi ...
Zina
Marc Robert ...
Lieutenant Laurent
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A young Algerian paperboy with friends and associates of all ages on both sides of the conflict experiences history leading up to the March 1962 independence of Algeria, witnesses ruthless violence perpetrated by French and Arabs, sees his French friends depart or die, and tries to relate to his patriotic French soccer pal to the end. Written by Caroline Abada

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algeria | soccer | childhood | arab | boy | See All (17) »

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Algérie, un été '62

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8 August 2007 (France)  »

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Summer of '62  »

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Tout l'amour
Performed by Darío Moreno
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Beautiful Cinematography
21 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

Historic events seen through the eyes of children. A relatively unknown ending of French colonial times in Algeria.

Sometimes shocking images become bearable, because they are seen by innocent children's eyes. John Lennon would have been proud. Overall, I liked the movie because of these above-mentioned aspects. I have never been in Algeria itself, but the movie gives a great view of everyday life during the time period it concerns. Also I really liked the scenery and music that relates to Algeria. Interesting story, and definitely worth watching. (Even for people who are neither French nor Algerian).


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