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Belle and Sebastian, Friends for Life (2017)

Belle et Sébastien 3, le dernier chapitre (original title)
In the final chapter of the trilogy, Sebastien will try anything to protect Belle from her previous owner.

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Clovis Cornillac
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Félix Bossuet ... Sébastien
Tchéky Karyo ... César
Clovis Cornillac ... Joseph
Thierry Neuvic ... Pierre
Margaux Chatelier ... Angélina
André Penvern ... Urbain
Anne Benoît Anne Benoît ... Madeleine
Lilou Fogli ... Lisa
Naëlle Thomas Naëlle Thomas ... Marie
Matthieu Warter ... Le curé
Octave Bossuet ... Hector
Olivier Bouana Olivier Bouana ... Le maître d'école
Denis Déon Denis Déon ... Paysan
Stéphane Margot Stéphane Margot ... Paysan
Fabrice Talon Fabrice Talon ... Boulanger
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The story of the friendship of the brave orphan boy Sebastian and the smartest white dog Belle. Having survived the Second World War and many trials, they happily healed in the French Alps, along with a foster family and three puppies. Friends are separated by a cruel man named Joseph, who declares himself the real owner of Belle. When he kidnaps dogs, Sebastian sets off in pursuit of snow-capped mountains. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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France

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14 February 2018 (France) See more »

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Last movie in the trilogy. Each episode had a different director but the main cast always remained the same. See more »

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Sebastien at Mad Max
26 June 2018 | by franbelle10See all my reviews

What could have gone through the director's mind? This film is not for kids, it's Sebastien at Mad Max! I know that the original series is not free of serious passages, and that Sebastien goes through tribulations. This is not a reason to lay a scenario of such darkness, with a final worthy of a night at Freddy! The first two films of this trilogy and this third volume play on opposite emotional registers: courage in the face of adversity in the first two films; gratuitous wickedness and horror in this latest film. Regrettable.


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