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Dir: Robin Campillo 2024 | 117 mins

French with English subtitles

Inspired by filmmaker Robin Campillo’s own childhood. Early 1970s. Eight-year-old Thomas is growing up on a French Air Force base in recently independent Madagascar. From the innocent perspective of a child, the island is a paradise and a playground. But as adolescence grows near, he begins observing his parents and their circle of friends with new eyes. Childhood innocence slowly gives way to a more shadowy understanding of the hypocrisy and racism that defines France’s military involvement on the island.

‘This visually exquisite, tender film about a boy growing up in a military air base on an former colony is a wonderful watch’ ★★★★★ The Guardian

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