Basing a movie during the war that focuses on a family in a occupied country is a sub genre of war film, and often turns out to be just a cheaper alternative. This movie isn't quite a movie about the resistance, rather a cheap war flick about being under rule of an opposing county. The acting, script and cinematography is pretty good, but it kinda falls short in plot. Helping a downed pilot is something we have seen a few times for sure, and this one isn't any better than others. The motorcycle chase after the horse drawn carriage is kinda dumb, and too unrealistic for this type of movie that otherwise try's to take the war seriously. The uncle who works for the Germans that the kid discovers is not really a wanted twist at all, and the end where he simply holds up the gun an shoots him was the worst thing they could have done, and something that when I realized it was a possible outcome, could only hope they wouldn't take the root. But in typical movie fashion they did, and just overdoes the kid who is already made to look to much of what could be called for a lack of a better name a action hero. Many scenes were too unbelievable, and everyone's ability to speak every language was also so. Other than these negative points the movie isn't bad, just glorified too much, but as a basic movie about the home front for enjoyment level and family friendly it's a good show, just strays to far from history for my liking.