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Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


The lost man was chosen purely because of Andre Tessie, his films always exude a unique temperament, poetic or romantic, with a touch of sadness from time to time.

As for Emmanuel BEA, to tell you the truth, her thin face is really not in line with most people’s aesthetics. Of course, she doesn’t win by this. Probably from the uninhibited beauty, the audience knows how to divert their attention to appreciate her beauty.

“The lost man” is adapted from Gilles Perrault’s novel. It tells the story of autier fleeing south with two children in June 1940, when Paris, France, is about to fall. She has just lost her husband in the war. On the way, the refugees were bombed by German planes. With the help of the bald boy Ivan, a family of three left the road and ran farther and farther.

The film unfolds in the dignified atmosphere of black-and-white images and concisely explains the story background. During the smooth lens translation, the four people ran in the wheat field, through the woods and towards an unpredictable distance. After the panic, otir and his son and daughter had differences about the arrival of the teenager. In addition to his gratitude for Ivan’s rescue, his adolescent son admired him more, and his daughter also liked the bald boy very much. Otir, who was suspicious, could only accept Ivan’s participation.

It has to be said that Ivan really knows how to survive in difficulties. Under his guidance, they found an abandoned house with complete supply. After an argument, they stayed in the house for refuge instead of going south. In the days when he settled down, Ivan caught some game from time to time to support them. The house was hidden in the woods, surrounded by green grass and gurgling water. Self sufficient life also has sunshine and fog. This place is strangely peaceful. The film makes full use of the natural light effect, and the tone even becomes light. The illusion of being away from the world even makes people forget the smoke and fire of World War II outside the cabin.

In fact, they did break off contact with the outside world. There was a delicate relationship between the ottir family and Ivan. Ivan repeatedly hid his identity in front of them. At least in his opinion, his past was disgraceful, and he was afraid that the mother and son would alienate him. The dislocation of Ivan’s identity lies in his attempt to enter the incomplete family on the one hand and his scruples on the other. He can feel otir’s suspicion and distrust of him, and it is precisely the two children’s welcome to his arrival that masks all this (he refuses to play the role of brother).

In otir’s view, her biggest responsibility is to let the two children survive. She began to waver about whether she was competent (avoiding air strikes had made her feel the fear of death before). Although Ivan’s origin was unknown, she didn’t mean any harm, so she could slowly understand and even accept him and eliminate her guard against each other. In otir, there is warmth as a mother and vulnerability as a woman. Ivan’s arrival slowly eliminates this imbalance.

The arrival of two soldiers broke this harmony. They brought the latest news of the war. Ivan seemed to have an inexplicable rejection of the emergence of soldiers. Subsequently, Ivan’s identity was also revealed. He was accidentally arrested. The police told otir that he was a fugitive and fled south with the refugees. Ivan, who was arrested, bowed his head and looked calm. After he was brought to justice, he committed suicide.

Faithfulness is seen in troubled times, and truth is seen in adversity. Most of the time, the harmony in the film is just an illusion driven by survival, stripping off the cloak of the background of World War II. This story is unimaginable. Ivan acted recklessly, but he was sensitive inside. He liked otir from the bottom of his heart. On the one hand, he tried his best to hide his identity, on the other hand, he generously assumed the role of “father”. However, everything would come to an end, and the war would stop. One day, the family left the house.

Ivan’s love may be instinctive, or because his identity cherishes freedom. It is the background of World War II that makes the story more interesting, just like Emmanuel BEA’s sad eyes. The war has tortured her too deeply, but as a mother, otir has to be stronger in front of her children, even if it is just pretending to be strong. The film ends in a sad mood.

Andre Tessie created such a contradiction in the lost man: the war brought panic to people and misfortune to the ottir family, but the war did not distort human nature, did not make them really lost, and even they had hope. In terms of identity loss, after the days of avoiding the cabin, they found their own life roles, but the story stopped abruptly.

Ivan was arrested because he needed to provide food for the family, even though what he did violated the law. What really hurt the family was the cessation of the war and the emergence of the police – they were found. Between human nature and reality, this gray eyed teenager is undoubtedly another victim.

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