When Nathan receives the e-mail message from the museum director, compression artifacts are visible everywhere onscreen, meaning they recorded the actions before the shoot and then shot the resulting video playing on the computer. See more »
That perfect topic for a film made and played by Elie Chouraqui and Richard Berry. Or it could have been for Alexandre Arcady too. The tale of a young man who, one day, goes to a trip in Germany to visit a former Nazi labor camp, but not extermination although. And when visiting the museum besides the camp itself, he has the feeling to recognize his father, or a ringer of him, on a photo...The kind of topic already been done a dozen times before and speaking of Jewish people and holocaust. A movie made so that the audiences weep. But let's be fair, this horrible tragedy must not be forgotten, even if those stories may seem a little cheesy from time to time. I got a little bored, I admit. But it's worth seeing. And I was pleased to see here Jean Sorel and Michel Bouquet.
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