The Birthday (I) (2002)

  |  Short, Drama, Thriller


Two close friends are separated for fifty years by wartime tragedy, only for one to suspect the other to be the mole who betrayed their squadron to the Nazis.

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16 June 2014 | chisato5421
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| we can expect what is important.
The film is a very weird film, because I could not understand what is the gift in the film after I watched it. However, when I could understand this film and the meaning of the gift, I want to watch the film again. When I understand the meaning of the gift and do not understand it, the feeling of the film is different, I think. The setting of the film is different from our world, so I think many people cannot follow this story from the beginning to the end. There are not many conversations, however, on the contrary, we need to think what is the gift and about the film. If there are many conversations, we have much information and we are bored watching the film, so I think this quantity is good. Also, I can think freely from the end of the film after watch in it, so it is the good point of the film. The fascination of the film is compacted in a short time, so please check it many times.

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Short | Drama | Thriller | War

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