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War of the Buttons (La nouvelle guerre des boutons) (2011 / II)

Rating:PG-13 (for language and some thematic elelments)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:October 12, 2012
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Jean Texier, Clément Godefroy, Théophile Baquet, Louis Dussol, Laetitia Casta
Director:Christophe Barratier
Producer:Thomas Langmann
Writer:Christophe Barratier, Louis Pergaud
Distributor:The Weinstein Co.

Web Site: http://www.lanouvelleguerredesboutons-lefilm.fr/

Description: Set in occupied WWII France, the film tells the tale of pre-teen rebel Lebrac and the "war" he leads between two rival kid gangs from neighboring villages. Once Lebrac falls for Violette, a young Jewish girl who is new in town and in danger of being exposed by the Nazis, the children are faced with putting their own conflicts aside to protect her and confront the very real war happening around them.

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