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Jean Bonnet aka Jean Kippelstein (Raphael Fejtö) and his friend Julien Quentin (Gaspard Manesse) huddle together in grim anticipation.
Jean Bonnet aka Jean Kippelstein (Raphael Fejtö) and his friend Julien Quentin (Gaspard Manesse) huddle together in grim anticipation.
Jean (Raphael Fejtö) and two others are escorted by a German soldier under the watchful eye of Père Jean (Philippe Morier-Genoud).
Jean (Raphael Fejtö) and two others are escorted by a German soldier under the watchful eye of Père Jean (Philippe Morier-Genoud).

Thumbnail for Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987) Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987)

Basic Info Rusty's rating: 78
Notable as: DramaGenre: War film, Biographical film, DramaMain subject: World War II, the HolocaustRuntime: 101 - 104 minutesColor: colorLanguage: French, German, EnglishCountry: France, West Germany, ItalyDirector: Louis MalleScreenwriter: Louis MalleMusic: Franz SchubertCinematography: Renato BertaStars: Gaspard Manesse, Raphaël Fejtö, Francine Racette, François Négret, François Berléand, Benoit Henriet, Pascal Rivet, Philippe Morier-Genoud Producer: Louis MalleAwards won: Golden LionAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay (Louis Malle)
Award details: (details at IMDb)
Description

Au revoir les enfants is an autobiographical 1987 film written, produced and directed by Louis Malle. The screenplay was published by Gallimard in the same year. The film won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.


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