Un Secret (A Secret) Reviews
But where most films would relish in the idea of showing the brutuality of war, 'Un Secret' is a delibrately paced dramatic mystery that takes place over three time frames where nothing is what it appears to be.
Beautifully directed by Claude Miller with a real flair for period detail and a clever, witty and alert screenplay filled with fine performances from Cecile de France, Patrick Bruel, Mathieu Amalric and in particular Julie Depardieu (who won a best supporting actress Cesar) and Ludivine Sagnier.
A surprisingly film on all accounts that looks at the bond between family, the past and the war... a finely told story.
Awesome movie. Dark mystery that explores a teenager. It's amazing that the little boy's subconscious tells the truth that he had a brother. I was angry at Hannah! I think that she acted badly and sentenced to death herself and a young boy. I don't know whether it's pride or more of its desire to punish her husband sent her to this decision.