Strayed Movie Review 2003

Information and Film Reviews for Strayed the Movie

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Set in the chaotic summer of 1940, when the Germans invaded France. Film follows the flight of recently widowed schoolteacher Odile (Beart) and her children, 13-year-old Philippe (Leprince-Ringuet) and 7-year-old Cathy (Meyer), out of Paris. Part of a stream of refugees heading south, the family is forced into the countryside when German planes strafe the roads; there they meet 17-year-old Yvan (Ulliel), who's illiterate but skilled at survival. Stumbling across an abandoned villa, the foursome set aside their uncertainties to manage a precarious semblance of family life as the sexual tension between Odile and Yvan grows. Since Techine specializes in character studies, this is a story about conflict and desire, civilization versus savagery. Based on the 1983 novel, "The Boy With Grey Eyes," by Gilles Perrault; French with subtitles.

Distribution

Wellspring Media, A Division of Genius Products, Inc., 2230 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90904, Phone: (310)453-1222, Fax: (310)453-0074, URL: http://www.wellspring.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 95 minutes.
Originally from French.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Period Piece: 1940s, Romantic Drama, World War II, Nazis & Other Paramilitary Slugs, France, Widows & Widowers
Screenplay
Andre Techine, Gilles Taurand
Cast
Emmanuelle Beart, Samuel Labarthe, Gaspard Ulliel, Gregoire Leprince-Ringuet, Clemence Meyer, Jean Fornerod
Cinematography
Agnes Godard
Director
Andre Techine
Music
Philippe Sarde
Other
Jean-Paul Mugel, Martine Giordano, Christian Gasc, Ze Branco
Producer
Jean-Pierre Ramsey-Lewis, Canal Plus, France 2 Cinema, Wellspring Media

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