In an isolated farm live Betty and her 10 year old son, Tommy, who never knew his father. Tommy would love bring a smile to his mother often melancholy . One day he learns that a circus is ... See full summary »

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Betty
Cali ...
Baptiste
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Auguste
Benoît Brière ...
Alix
Louis Dussol ...
Tommy
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Le propriétaire
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Bingo
Paul Cagelet ...
Antoine
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Libellule
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Fellini
Marcel Sabourin ...
Dr. Klebs
Bart Soroczynski ...
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Holly Uloth ...
Alice (as Holly O'Brien)
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In an isolated farm live Betty and her 10 year old son, Tommy, who never knew his father. Tommy would love bring a smile to his mother often melancholy . One day he learns that a circus is visiting the city. But without paperwork in order, prohibition to plant the tent! Sure he has the solution to his problem, Tommy jumps on the opportunity. He manages to convince his mom to host the circus on their land. While all artists are waiting for the tent, Tommy will gradually discover the joyful life of Travelers.

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22 October 2008 (France)  »

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22 October 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I can't express how bad this film really was, but I'll give it a go. I don't speak French and in this case it was a blessing. The story was flimsy, unrealistic and to be honest boring. The cast constantly flopped into song, and while I don't mind a musical, these 'songs' were so turgid and sickly I felt like puking on the spot. All sense of realism was discarded, no characterisation was attempted, and the main child actor was so irritating I just wanted to smack him in the face every time he appeared on screen. The only plus was that the photography wasn't terrible, and some of the Canadian scenery was nice. Someone in the cinema fell asleep so I assume I wasn't the only one who felt this way, and in fact my female companion agrees with my comments.

I'll be interested to see if anyone gives this a positive rating.


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