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: 1 / 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 byrannynmVote: /10

If you have a child who has never seen a foreign film, this would be agreat one to start with! Belle and Sebastian is a French movie, byNicholas Vanier, with English subtitles.

Belle and Sebastian is about a young boy, Sebastian and the friendshiphe makes with Belle, a large dog. She is being blamed for killing thesheep in the village. In fact, the villagers call her "the beast."

The movie is set in Nazi-occupied France. There are refugees in thevillage always escaping at night over the snow-covered mountains intoSwitzerland. Sebastian is told to stay away from both this part of themountain and "the beast." But, he can't resist. He finds and tries toprotect "the beast," who he names Belle.

Sebastian meets up with Belle every day and they run in the fields andplay in the snow. He shows her places to hide from the angry villagersand from the German Nazi soldiers. She is Sebastian's friend and hebelieves that it is not her who is killing the sheep. The scenery inthis film is incredible! The snow-covered mountains, grassy hillsides,waterfalls, rocks and panoramic vistas will take your breath away.There are lots of aerial shots in the film that make you wish you livedin France.

Parents should know that there is some drinking, lying and cursing, butthe characters are trying to do their best given the givencircumstances. It can't be easy having your little village be takenover by soldiers. Over-all, the message this movie gives is a good one."Protect your friends and always try to do the right thing." Irecommend this movie for ages ten to eighteen. This is a great agelevel to introduce appreciation of sub-titled movies. I give Belle andSebastian four out of five stars for amazing scenery and great acting.

Reviewed bygradyharpVote: 8/10/10

Nicholas Vanier directed this adaptation of Cécile Aubry's novel(adaptation and screenplay by director Vanier with Juliette Sales andFabien Suarez) n a film that is in both French and German with Englishsubtitles. The result is a film for the heart – a reminder that duringthe atrocities of WW II there were moments of meaningful relationships,especially between animals and people (remember 'War Horse'?).

The film is set during WWII in the snowy Alps of occupied France, onthe border of Switzerland. Six year old Sébastien (Félix Bossuet),raised and adopted by his grandfather, is lonely and dreaming of theday his mother will return from America for him. He befriends anenormous yet gentle sheepdog Belle who quickly becomes his best friendand protector. With Nazis in the village rooting out the resistancefighters helping Jewish refugees cross the border, Belle andSébastien's loyalty to each other and the village that has embracedthem both will be put to the test.

The scenery is magnificent and the acting by the young and gifted FélixBossuet is extraordinary. It is a moment of devotion and love andcaring and protection during WW II that creates a strong sense ofcaring about the true meaning of friendship.

Reviewed byJonny 99Vote: 6/10/10

Belle and Sebastian may also be the name of a band or an appliancebrand but this review deals with the recent French film by that name.In it, a boy and his fluffy white dog save Jewish refugees from theNazi occupation of France by leading them over the French Alps intoSwitzerland. Why don't the soldiers just follow them into unarmedSwitzerland and take back the escapees is a good question for yourhistory teacher. Beyond the honoring of true-life heroic acts taken bythe French resistance, the movie is also an excuse to film somestunning visuals in the boy's largely vertical world. Within this worldsome sad and sophisticated things happen (including a least 2double-crosses) so clearly this isn't an American children's picture.Some sad stuff happens as well but not as much as you expect for aFrench film. The acting is overwrought at times but generally very good- the dog is excellent. In short, worth taking your older children toand having them learn something.

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