The metaphor "The Ways of the paradise" fits the title very well.
In 1962, the life of a railway employee, husband and father, is upset by the electrification of the railway and the arrival of an Algerian-born French schoolteacher. After a slow and austere start, the film is lifted by a dramatic and tragic turn of events, which offers its characters, honestly portrayed, a much needed strength and subtlety.
- Oct 19, 2001
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