Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

Too Little for Such a Big War 1970
Prea mic pentru un razboi atît de mare (original title)
1h 17m | Drama, War | Release date: February 3, 1970 (Romania)

Storyline:

A young boy becomes callous to the deaths and battles that rage during World War II.

User review:

Mihai (Mihai Filip) is a boy who lives a terrible experience in the war. Left alone after his father’s death, he looks for his friend and thus ends up in the front line…
The war seen and experienced by a band child who follows his soldier friends in the front line.
Director Radu Gabrea’s debut film arrived at Cannes in 1971, in the new Quinzaine des Réalisateurs parallel section, having already won the Youth Jury Prize at Locarno. War film inspired by Aurel Petri’s short story.

Inspired by real events, the film talks about friendship and coming of age, in a dramatic context like war. An orphan boy raised by a regiment goes to the front in search of his best friend and faces terrifying experiences. Young Mihai Filip plays alongside Mircea Albulescu, Gheorghe Cozorici, Ernest Maftei, Jean Constantin or Gheorghe Dinică.

Director: Radu Gabrea
Stars: Mircea Albulescu, Jean Constantin, Gheorghe Cozorici
Country of origin: Romania
Language: Romanian
Also known as: Too Little for Such a Big War
Filming locations: Romania

Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media
Codec ID : isom (isom/iso2/avc1/mp41)
File size : 1.29 GiB
Duration : 1 h 17 min
Overall bit rate : 2 386 kb/s

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One Response to Too Little for Such a Big War 1970

  1. Pavel says:

    The film is very similar to director Karel Kachyňa´s work from 1960 Práče. It discusses the orphan František Bureš from the liberated concentration camp. This will be taken care pf by the soldiers liberating the Dukla Pass (Slovakia).

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