Forbidden Games (1952)

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A young French girl orphaned in a Nazi air attack is befriended by the son of a poor farmer, and together they try to come to terms with the realities of death.


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  • Brigitte Fossey in Forbidden Games (1952)
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  • Brigitte Fossey and Georges Poujouly in Forbidden Games (1952)
  • Georges Poujouly in Forbidden Games (1952)
  • Brigitte Fossey and Georges Poujouly in Forbidden Games (1952)

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1 December 2003 | dogstar666
10
| wonderful!
Never has the world of adults seemed so utterly stupid, brutal and senseless than through the eyes of two innocent children who have to deal with pain, loss, death and war. And yet, the film is gentle, subtle, inobtrusive in its portrayal of the grown-up's follies, and refreshingly unsentimental about presenting the pain and beauty of childhood.

A masterpiece.

Few other titles come to mind in which child actors have so much to bear, and they manage it effortlessly & unforgettably.

[The only thing that bothers me is the too convincing 'acting' of the dead /?/ dog...]

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