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Ver Het Wonder van Le Petit Prince

A documentary about the passionate translators of the book The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, who fight for the preservation of their endangered languages.

Marjoleine Boonstra

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Marjoleine Boonstra
Writer Marjoleine Boonstra, Pieter van Huystee, Lies Janssen
Country Netherlands, Norway
Also Known As The Miracle of the Little Prince
Runtime 1 h 29 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K

Top reviews

Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 14:24

This is the first documentary I have ever seen about the Het Croesier, a wild breed of dog that is believed to be descended from a Bengal, but is most likely related to the Chihuahua, a popular pet in the US. The Het Croesier is one of the world's most popular breeds, with more than 80 million in existence. The Het Croesier is famous for its long, thick, bushy tail, which is used as a hunting weapon in the hunting season. It is also known as the Het Pontoedier. The Het Croesier was introduced to the US in the 1950's and became a popular pet. It is now considered to be a valuable breeding dog that is highly prized. The documentary follows the Het Croesier from its origins in Belgium, through its breeding program in the United States, its first major release, and its current status. It also introduces viewers to the history of the breed, how it was introduced to the US, and how it has changed over the years. In addition, the documentary also includes footage of a Het Croesier being trained, one of the dogs that was a gift to the Smithsonian Institution, and the current Het Croesier who was released to a local animal shelter. The documentary is entertaining, informative, and educational. The dog's popularity is what makes this documentary a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the Het Croesier. The film is also great for viewers who are new to the breed and would like to know more about it. This is an excellent documentary that will have you wanting to visit the Het Croesier yourself.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 12:02

I am not sure what to say about this film. I don't even know if I can say anything positive about it. The first few minutes seemed to me like a video for an underground movie club. There was nothing else to see and it was clear that the producers didn't want to waste time with boring dialogues, explanations, and/or facts. They just wanted to get to the point of the story and then let the audience take the rest. If you have a video camera and are interested in underground films, I recommend to watch this movie. The whole film is about the drug culture of Amsterdam, and is based on a real person's experience. The documentary is so free of emotions and emotions that it doesn't even try to be an artistic work. The people that gave the film their stamp of approval are the ones that actually got to see the film, which means that they are probably either drug addicts or know the people that are addicts. The best part of the film is the interviews with the people who were involved in making it. They were either more enthusiastic about the project than the other interviewees, or they were only a little interested. The film really starts with the interview with the producer who just went through a major drug-related event. He was so upfront about his drug problem, that he even got more than one man to say "that's a nice film, it's really cool", when the film was finished. I don't know how much more the film could have been worth. At the very end, when the film ended, the guy who gave the film his stamp of approval, was very excited, and the man who interviewed him looked like he was trying to reach for the last letter of the alphabet. Overall, I am not sure what to say about this film, except that it's interesting to see how a filmmaker really saw the project through to its end.
Monday, 18 May 2020 02:05

This documentary is based on a book by the author, who is also the filmmaker. The book was published in 2000, and the film is a follow-up. A lot of the story has been told before, but the film focuses on some of the people who were in the service and their personal experiences. One of the most interesting aspects of the film is the people's testimonies about their experiences. We also see photos of them, and some of their clothes. They all seem to have a strong sense of their own individual identity. As they talk about their experiences, they describe it as a dream, or a memory, or a dream. But one thing that struck me was the fact that they all spoke of being traumatized by the conflict, and about how their lives have changed since the war. The film also seems to be very sympathetic to the Israelis. I think that is because they know them. The book itself is very much about how the conflict affected the people. We see images of children shot by Israeli soldiers, and we hear stories about the parents and children who were kidnapped. The people are trying to get through their memories, but they have trouble with the memories themselves. In one case, they have trouble remembering their names. They say that it is hard to keep track of who is who, and it is difficult to talk about their memories. It is a very interesting film. It also highlights the pain and suffering of the people who were kidnapped. The film does not make any judgment. It is a true story. It is not trying to show how horrible it was, it is just trying to tell the story. And I think it does that very well.

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