This is a real jewel of a film. The story is very basic but treated with great imagination and with just the right balance of laughter, emotion and suspense. A young boy in post war Belgium finds himself in a school for the sons of war heroes; he is searching for his father, who died a glorious death as a fighter pilot, and he finds him in a most unexpected manner. This is a little film, no big production company is watching over its release and only people talking about it will give it its fair chance. With the right advertising, it could be the next Emperor's Club or Dead Poet's Society. If this comes your way, don't miss it!
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