Toto le Héros (Toto the Hero)1991
Toto le Héros (Toto the Hero) (1991)
Toto le Héros (Toto the Hero) Photos
as Thomas as an Old Man
as Thomas - As an Adult
as Thomas - As a Child
as Evelyne - As an Old Woman
as Evelyne as an Adult
as Alfred - As an Old Man
as Alfred - As an Adult
as Mr. Kant
as Alfred As an Old Man
as Thomas's Mother
as Adult Celestin
as Thomas's Father
as Mrs. Kant
as Alfred - As a Child
as Celestin-As a Child
as Celestin-As an Adult
as Man in the Train
Critic Reviews for Toto le Héros (Toto the Hero)
Belgian director Jaco Van Dormael makes his dazzlingly inventive debut with this intricately constructed tale of an old man.
Van Dormael emerges as one of the most original and inventive of contemporary European filmmakers, a deadpan director-writer full of kicks and tricks.
Audience Reviews for Toto le Héros (Toto the Hero)
Wonderful Belgian film from someone other than the Dardennes.
I suppose it's forgivable to boink your sister if your sister looks like Mireille Perrier, right?
Under the delusion that he was switched at birth with the kid who ends up being his next door neighbor, Thomas spends his life plotting revenge. He also falls in love with his sister. Strange little Belgian dramedy that jumps around in time and in reality (there are flashbacks inside of flashbacks, dream sequences, and so on) but ends up painting a poignant portrait of lifelong envy.
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