Belle and Sebastian (2013) 720p YIFY Movie

Belle and Sebastian (2013)

A six-year-old boy and his dog look to foil a Nazi effort to capture French Resistance fighters.

IMDB: 6.83 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Family
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.20G
  • Resolution: 1280x544 / 24.000 FPSfps
  • Language: German
  • Run Time: 104
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Belle and Sebastian (2013) 720p

In 1943, in the French Alps, the orphan Sébastien lives in a small village with his grandfather César, who is a shepherd, and his aunt Angélina, who is a baker. Sébastien misses his mother and believes she has traveled to America. He expects to get a watch with compass as a gift from her. The local Dr. Guillaume is a member of the Frech resistance that helps Jewish refugees to flee to Switzerland and the German Lieutenant Peter and troop are hunting down the resistance. When sheep are found slaughtered, César and the other residents believe that a stray dog that has been abused by his owner is the responsible and hunt it down. Sébastien finds the dog, gives the name of Belle to her and they become friends. But the animal is considered a beast by the inhabitants. Will Sébastien be capable to save Belle?

The Director and Players for Belle and Sebastian (2013) 720p

[Director]Nicolas Vanier
[Role:]Tchéky Karyo
[Role:]Margaux Chatelier
[Role:]Félix Bossuet

The Reviews for Belle and Sebastian (2013) 720p

Reviewed byemilie-sandronVote: 8/10/10

Belle and Sebastian, initially an excellent novel written by CécileAubry, has been adapted in movie by Nicolas Vanier. This beautiful andcharming story makes a perfect family movie. Children as well as adultscan enjoy it!

First, the story takes place during the WWII in the French Alps.Sebastian is a 6 year young boy, raised by his adopted grandfather.This little adventurer spends much time in the nature, playing with allit offers. One day, some sheep are found attacked. Everybody thinksthat's a cruel and dangerous animal but during a walk, Sebastian meetsthis mysterious beast. It appears that it is a dog, a so cute dog thatthe boy recalled 'Belle'. At this moment, an unequaled friendship hasjust begun. Unfortunately, the determinate grandfather and his bandhave to kill the dog. Sebastian is so hungry with it and takes care ofhis best friend in secret. The boy will prove that the dog is not a badanimal the day it saves a life.

That lovely relation between a dog and a child is really pleasant forthose who want to see a piece of sweet in this violent world period. Infact, we can also feel the strong atmosphere of occupation in thatmovie. A good point is definitely the beautiful mountainous landscapes.If you are fond of nature, you should be filled with Belle andSebastian. We also have to notice the performance of Félix Bossuet, theyoung Sebastian who's particularly effective in his role.

In a word, I really recommend you this movie, a French one, somethingdifferent than the full effects American movies. We sometimes need tosee and enjoy simple things as a true friendship.

Reviewed bySean PayneVote: /10

This film IS unlike most of the films I review IS suitable for Childrenin fact it is approved by the Dove Foundation as family approved filmit is NOT rated by the Motion Picture Association of America so onewill have to use their own judgment as to letting ones kid,s watch thisfilm I enjoyed this beyond measure Due to the fact I prefer familyfilms that are non Violent and free of foul langue and Nudity and orsexual content I prefer films that make one think

The star of this film who plays SEBASTIAN ( Félix Bossuet) is a verytalented young man you could read the emotions in his face that is onemark of a supper actor. this film is Seething with Nazis the foulbuggers they were. Please rent this film form your local Library andenjoy with your family

God Bless your Friendly Film Reviewer

Reviewed byRed-125Vote: 9/10/10

The French movie Belle et Sébastien was shown in the U.S. with thetitle Belle and Sebastian (2013). It was directed by Nicolas Vanier.Félix Bossuet plays Sébastien, a young boy growing up with hisgrandfather and aunt in the French Alps, just across the border fromSwitzerland. (Actually, they're not really his grandfather and aunt,but those are the roles they would fill if they were biologicallyrelated.

The film takes place during WW II. We learn that the French Resistancein the area arranges the safe passage of Jews across the mountains intoSwitzerland. Naturally, the job of the occupying German soldiers is tostop this process and capture the Jews, along with the Resistancefighters who are helping them.

Sébastien doesn't go to school, because his grandfather believes thatthe boy will learn more by living the life of a mountaineer, learningpractical information that will be of greater use than a formaleducation. That leaves Sébastien free to wander over the area. At onepoint he meets the huge white dog Belle, and they bond.

The local populace--including Sébastien's grandfather--believe thatBelle is killing their sheep, and they are trying to find and kill thedog, while Sébastien is trying to protect and save her.

In a way, this film is programmed to capture our hearts. Sébastien is abrave and resourceful boy, Belle is gentle and beautiful, and we haveall grown up with a cultural history of crying when a woundedRin-Tin-Tin or Lassie is crawling under the barbed wire.

Still, the movie avoids most of these clichés, and Félix Bossuet istruly a gifted young actor. (I'll never understand how directors areable to bring forth such superb acting from children, but they do it.Director Vanier certainly manages it in this movie.)

We saw this movie at the Dryden Theatre as part of the wonderfulRochester International Jewish Film Festival. It took real strength onthe part of the RIJFF to show this movie. Basically, it isn't aboutJews. It's true that the Resistance is helping the Jews, but we onlysee the Jews as refugees, never as individual characters. The plots areall about Christians. However, that's one of the aspects of the RIJFFthat makes it such a great festival--their movies aren't restricted tojust a narrow band of "Jewish" films.

Belle et Sébastien will really work better on a large screen, becauseof the incredible mountain scenery. However, if you can't see it on alarge screen, see it on a small screen. It's too good to miss.

Note: As I write this review, the movie has a tepid 6.8 IMDb rating.I'm not sure why--it's much better than that.

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