Les égarés (Strayed) (2003)

Les égarés (Strayed) (2003)

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Critic Consensus: Understated but compelling wartime drama.

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Uma jovem viúva de Paris foge dos Nazistas com suas crianças e encontra abrigo na floresta com a ajuda de um garoto. Emmanuelle Beart, Gaspard Ulliel, Gregoire Leprince-Ringuet, Clemence Meyer. Dirigido por Andre Techine.
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NR
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Art House & International , Drama
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Cast

Gaspard Ulliel
as Jean Delgas alias Yvan
Jean Fornerod
as Georges
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Critic Reviews for Les égarés (Strayed)

All Critics (58) | Top Critics (24)

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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
Time Out
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Full Review… | July 20, 2005
Houston Chronicle
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August 7, 2004
New York Magazine/Vulture
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Full Review… | July 3, 2004
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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A picture-book French film that's pretty and trite, rather than edgy and moving.

Full Review… | July 2, 2004
Washington Post
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Has the strange clarity of a fable.

Full Review… | July 2, 2004
Washington Post
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Audience Reviews for Les égarés (Strayed)

½

Once the end credits roll, you may think to yourself that Les Egarés doesn't add up to much. Or you may see it like me and find a lot of value in those little pieces. The film follows a mother and her son & daughter fleeing from Paris in June 1940 as the Nazis invade. Soon they encounter a streetwise - or in this case, countrywise - youth who knows more about survival than the three of them combined. They stumble upon an abandoned luxury house far from the German warpath and have serious choices to make about their futures. I learned a little bit about the hardships of French citizens during the WW II occupation and experienced a little bit of rushing fear as German planes drop their bombs. The 4-way dynamic between the characters forms the core of the film with the varying degrees of experience each person has creating a separate layer to explore: the hopeful yet pragmatic mother, the bluntly realistic loyal son, the quizzical innocent young daughter, and the bold resourceful stranger who is not all he claims to be. Emmanuelle Béart delivers a strong, resolute performance, as does newcomer Gaspard Ulliel. The other child actors also contribute seamlessly, which is vitally important since Béart is the only adult present during most of the film. The ending came rather unexpectedly & reminded me of Cuckoo's Nest without the underlying inspirational message. Nevertheless, with Les Egarés I found the parts greater than the sum.

Doctor Strangeblog
Doctor Strangeblog

Super Reviewer

½

I dont know a hoot about French history. Nevertheless I enjoyed this movie a lot. Although it's a story of a Parisian family running away from war, this is not exactly a period war movie. it deals with the struggles of a family to survive, and the relation between a widowed mother and a young stranger.

Sajin P A
Sajin P A

Super Reviewer

½

Les Égarés was a beautiful war drama. The story was understandable why the French people had to escape from Paris when it was invaded by the Germans. Emmanuelle Beart played Odile a schoolteacher who escaped from Paris with her 2 children, on the road her car was bombed by German airplanes. She was helped by Yvan,good performed by Gaspard Ulliel. They ran into the forest and found a house, where they stayed for some days. Yvan was only 17 years old but even so he was desiring Odile, which was way older then him. Their love scene was very sensual and erotic.I was amazed by the beauty of this French actress.The story was real, attractive, original and good.

Daisy  Maduro
Daisy Maduro

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