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Promis... juré! (1987)

We follow the life of a 12-year-old boy living in occupied France in 1944. We see his family, his chubby best friend, the girl who ignores him ... and the German deserter he hides in the ... See full summary »

Director:

Jacques Monnet
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Cast

Credited cast:
Michel Morin Michel Morin ... Pierre-Marie
Roland Giraud ... Jean-Charles
Christine Pascal ... Madeleine
Stéphane Legros Stéphane Legros ... Frédo
Marie Constant Marie Constant ... Jocelyne
Hélène Duc Hélène Duc ... Bonne Maman
Annick Alane Annick Alane ... Marguerite Hamon
Andréa Ferréol ... Dora
Manfred Andrae Manfred Andrae ... Hans
Kathy Kriegel Kathy Kriegel ... Blanche
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anne Canovas ... Paulette
Jean-Paul Dubois Jean-Paul Dubois ... Un joueur de cartes
Gregory Gouyer Gregory Gouyer ... Paulo
Claude Legros Claude Legros
Guy Louret Guy Louret
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We follow the life of a 12-year-old boy living in occupied France in 1944. We see his family, his chubby best friend, the girl who ignores him ... and the German deserter he hides in the cellar. Written by Philo D. <doozy@earthling.net>

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Genres:

Comedy | War

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

9 December 1987 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Cross My Heart See more »

Filming Locations:

Dinan, Côtes-d'Armor, France

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Production Co:

Gaumont International See more »
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Cute little boy story
27 August 2000 | by MarioBSee all my reviews

During the Nazi occupation of France, in a little village, ugly duckling boy wants to win the love of a girl. But he's an unlucky little man. Nobody seems to care for him. But he became a hero by capturing a German soldier (not really his fault, but...) Warm and funny story, well written and acted. The setting of the little village of France is wonderful, so is the attitude of the members of the boy's family. Very refreshing and, again, French proves that they're the best for making films with children.


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