For a Lost Soldier 1992

For a Lost Soldier 1992

For a Lost Soldier 1992

For a Lost Soldier 1992
Voor een verloren soldaat (original title)
1h 32min | Drama, Romance, War | 22 May 1992 (Netherlands)

Storyline:

The story of a romantic relationship between a grown-up and a child. Set in the Netherlands near the end of WWII, the film is a flashback recalling an adolescent relationship between Jeroen and a Canadian soldier. A difficult subject handled with style and feeling.

User review:

Fantastic film.Shows EXACTLY what boys of that age go through,the feelings of puberty.All boys feel some kind of feeling for someone of the same sex at that age,even if they are not prepared to admit it.This film dealt with this issue like it is.It showed how some boys never forget their first feeling of “love” and some move on.The boy in the film never forgot his and lived with it all his life.It is an outrage that Walt,the object of the young boys feelings in the film,was seen as some kind of “peado”.He never encouraged the relationship as the boy,Jerome, later admits in the book he wrote many years later on which the film is based.This film had all the right emotions for that time.1945.The soldier away from home in a strange land meeting the boy going through puberty.A lovely,lovely film and very well acted and directed.

Director: Roeland Kerbosch
Writers: Don Bloch, Rudi van Dantzig (novel)
Stars: Maarten Smit, Andrew Kelley, Jeroen Krabbé
Country: Netherlands
Language: Dutch | German | English | Eastern Frisian
Release Date: 22 May 1992 (Netherlands)

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28 Responses to For a Lost Soldier 1992

  1. teq0x says:

    New version (better quality) uploaded!

  2. Bened says:

    This made me think of my high school shop teacher. But now his married and has a child. Sad but true. However, I liked the movie.

  3. teq0x says:

    Best quality uploaded!

  4. raj says:

    How do i download this?

  5. Wolfy says:

    It’s a very good film, is it possible to get it in French?

  6. Mel Vine says:

    A really wonderful film, subtly done and a more common story than some may think told with care, brought back my wonderful childhood memories and my personal passage at that time of life as a young boy ,a first love , with a much older male ,

  7. Shane says:

    Is this site still active? I spent over an hour trying to sign up with NitroFlare and they are not accepting members. I tried 3 different credit cards, all current, and Nitroflare would not accept payment at all. Is it still possible to download from here, or is this a “dead site?” Because your download client is no longer accepting members..

  8. hi says:

    Trying to find a similar film, a German soldier falls for a Jewish boy who saves his life.

  9. bhm says:

    New version added..

  10. james siple says:

    it is a Canadian movie just giving some
    facts about movie

    • Devon McNally says:

      Netherlands

    • RIX says:

      No, it is not a Canadian film – it is a Dutch film. Most of the dialogue is in Dutch, so I don’t know why you would think it’s a Canadian film – most of our films are not this good or as well produced. A Canadian film would not have featured our maple leaf flag during WW2 – we did not have that flag until 1965. “For a Lost Soldier (Dutch: Vooreen Verloren Soldaat) is a 1992 Dutch coming-of-age romantic drama film directed by Roeland Kerbosch, based on the autobiographical novel of the same title by ballet dancer and choreographer Rudi van Dantzig. It just features a Canadian soldier/pedophile (romantic as it is from the POV of the boy it is STILL CHILD ABUSE

  11. RIX says:

    No, it is not a Canadian film – it is a Dutch film. Most of the dialogue is in Dutch, so I don’t know why you would think it’s a Canadian film – most of our films are not this good or as well produced. A Canadian film would not have featured our maple leaf flag during WW2 – we did not have that flag until 1965. “For a Lost Soldier (Dutch: Vooreen Verloren Soldaat) is a 1992 Dutch coming-of-age romantic drama film directed by Roeland Kerbosch, based on the autobiographical novel of the same title by ballet dancer and choreographer Rudi van Dantzig. It just features a Canadian soldier/pedophile (romantic as it is from the POV of the boy it is STILL CHILD ABUSE

  12. jaackov says:

    It’s so wonderful. Such a relation has been always my dream which could never come true. I suspect you may find such an old movie with a real love, cuddle and kiss between an adult male and a boy. It’s even better than You are not alone. I would hope that such love scenes in the movie be longer and more. The girl comes in and cut the scene. Love is much better than just sex.

  13. d. says:

    It is not “child abuse”. The sex is consensual, and the fact that one of the participants is below some arbitrary legislated “age of consent” is irrelevant. The relationship as portrayed is liberating and a source of meaning to the boy. It is indeed a “romatic” relationship for both participants. Why should we arbitrarily deny the authenticity of the boy’s feelings? To pretend that this is “child abuse” is manifestly idiotic, and writing in capital letters can not make a false proposition into a true one.

  14. jaackov says:

    I have the same opinion. When the child has no problem with the relationship he establishes with anyone or anyone establishes with him and does not feel discomfort or annoyance or helplessness, why should we deprive him of this choice? I ask ones who persist that the boy should not be bothered, doesn’t it bother him? He may need such an action which does not harm anyone. For example, did the actor himself, who agreed to play such a role, not read the script? Of course, he did and preferred to appear in such a position in this movie. Maybe if these feelings and behaviors were not for playing a role, he would have been willing to play such a role even more willingly. There are children who are looking for such a relationship for any reason, maybe due to lack of love in their past lives or lack of paternal love, and they have no problem with it. They even may look for it themselves, although it may not be a high percentage of them. The only thing to be careful about is the child’s presence in such a relationship without his consent. It is possible that when he is a child, he accepts due to lack of experience, but when he gets older, he realizes that he was actually abused. These are related to children who do not know anything about love and lust and misunderstand it with non-sexual love, while there are many children at this age who would like to have such an experience, with an elder who is kind and honorful or with the same age of their own gender.
    It depends on whether the guy is a flirt or looking for a real romantic relationship and really loves the boy.
    In another hand, such an abuse may occur with an old boy, maybe for poverty or domination. Age is not everything. It all depends.

  15. rixx says:

    Re child abuse: I am referencing the legal definition of abuse, not suggesting the boy was raped.

    I understand that a boy this age (11 in the film) who is aware of his sexuality may become sexually active with an adult of his how free will — BUT if the boy is below the legal age of consent (which varies depending on the country) sex with a minor is still a crime. The film makes it clear this is a positive, non-abusive memory for the adult version of the character; however, they ignore that an adult male should NOT HAVE A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH A CHILD. If this movie were about an 11-year-old girl being fucked (let alone sodomized), the movie would probably never have been made.

    I can only assume since the boy is a minor, his parents signed off on his participation, and he had the maturity to handle the context of the film.

    For some reason, men having sex with boys gets a pass in the art film world. Perhaps because it’s so common for many of us to experience a sexual mentorship/relationship with an older boy (or even a man) as we are coming to terms with our sexuality. I think it’s a good movie, but it still creeps me out a bit.

    • d. says:

      If you concede that the sexual relationship was “positive” and “non-abusive” then why conclude that the man and the boy should not have shared this relationship? Should all laws be obeyed all the time, even when they are manifestly unjust and oppressive? Again, your argument does not surface; and again, putting your conclusion in capital letters (essentially shouting at us) doesn’t make it any more persuasive.

    • markus says:

      Of course you speak generally. This movie is different thing, because the context.

      Post WW2 time, there is no law, no police. Tens of millions (70 mil) death people, mostly boys/men. Countries are ruined. Many orphan children. Lost family member etc.

      Of course I have same opinion like you, but if you see what happened Ukrainian today, child raping war tactics… Nobody cares even today. There is no police…

      Of course, after WW2 time, general understanding is also different. Even if there is no war. There was no legal age. That is newer thing. Many European countries harden legal age just nowadays. Like, Spain 13 -> 16. Estonia 15 -> 16 etc. So this movie boy is older than 13? 14? Many European countries legal age is even today, 14.

      The european/american understanding almost hundred years old was totally different. Even today, many asian countries, children’s “value” is mostly same. They are “trash”. Like Bangkok “street children’s”.

      So – the context is important to understand (with this movie).

  16. erik says:

    The child may not fully understand the meaning of a relationship with an adult that crosses over to sexual contact. Sometimes a law is “unjust and oppressive” for the right reason “d”. If you bother to read the book you might start to see how abusive the man is towards the boy. I agree that the laws are often wrong but not always.

    • d. says:

      To say that a boy can’t “fully understand the meaning of a relationship…that crosses over into sexual contact” seems to me to be clearly untrue, insofar as I can attach any meaning to the assertion at all. A boy is fully capable of loving and of wanting to be loved. And boys are not asexual beings either. Why should a boy be stopped from loving another human being and from being loved? I don’t know what you mean by saying that a law can be unjust and oppressive “for the right reason”? What constitutes a good reason for a society to have “unjust and oppressive” laws? I have indeed read the book. Incidentally the director of this film was quite clear that he wanted to tell a slightly different story to the novel. The relationship portrayed in this movie is obviously highly beneficial to Jeroen. The only ground on which Walt can be criticised is his abandonment of the boy at the end (this is the only part of the movie that doesn’t quite ring true), not for giving him the love that he needed in the first place.

  17. Lumiere says:

    Both these versions have the sex scenes removed.

    • d. says:

      No, that’s not true. Both these versions are uncensored. The scene occurs at around 1:04:12 and lasts about 40 seconds. Of course, nothing is shown, penetration is only implied, and the whole thing is presented in a very discreet way – so much so, that you might be forgiven for missing it. But then if it were more overt, it would be a very different genre of film! 🙂

  18. bhm says:

    AI UpScaled version added.

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