فيلم Summer in the Forest

Summer in the Forest

Like countless others, Philippe, Michel, Andre and Patrick were labeled 'idiots', locked away and forgotten in violent asylums, until the 1960s, when the young philosopher Jean Vanier took a stand and secured their release - the first time in history that anyone had beaten the system. Together they created L'Arche, a commune at the edge of a beautiful forest near Paris. A quiet revolution was born. Now in his 80s, still at L'Arche and revered by some as a living saint, Jean has discovered something that most of us have forgotten - what it is to be human, to be foolish, and to be happy. SUMMER IN THE FOREST invite us to abandon the rat race and forge new friendships. Amid the ancient trees, Philippe, Patrick, Jean and the others welcome us into their lives. If there are rules to break, they will be broken. And if there is a truth to be told, they will tell it. Michel reveals his war-torn past, Andre is desperate for a date, and young David will prove himself a hero in the fight against the forces of evil.

Other Titles
The Idiots
Running Time
1 hours 48 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Randall Wright
France, UK, Palestine
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Summer in the Forest» (21)

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Samantha Salazar

This is a wonderful film for people of all ages. It touches on important issues, such as free speech, censorship, animal cruelty, child abuse, and the dangers of nuclear power. It also has some very moving scenes that highlight the terrible damage that nuclear power can cause to the environment. A perfect gift for anyone who appreciates great film. I highly recommend this film.

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Brandon W.

Not sure what to say about this documentary, and what to do with it. One can't help but feel that this movie will have an impact on the culture of Europe, and that its message will be heard and understood by many. With that in mind, I will go through the individual points, to help me explain why it is so important to the European culture. 1. World culture is built on the idea of forgiveness. There are very few cultures that do not have this in their culture. In fact, it is one of the fundamental elements of their culture. This is something we could learn from, but there is no easy way to do this. 2. All the cultures of Europe have something to learn from, or at least something that can be learned from. The film is based on the history of an entire continent, and it has been taken as a set of facts, but in fact it is more about a culture and a society that existed in Europe during the last century. The film is based on the history of the German, and in fact it is very difficult to find anyone else speaking German in Germany during the last century. This was a cultural change, a cultural change that affected the entire continent. One of the main points of the film is to show that it is not just the Germans that have this change. Everyone in Europe has this change, but the change is not just one of people. It is a cultural change. 3. Christianity was not just something that took over the history of Europe, it is something that shaped the entire continent. To show this, we need to go back to the days of the Roman empire. For the Romans, it was the idea of Christianity that was so important. If it were not for Christianity, they would have never had the Romans. They would have never been in power. It is something that shaped the whole continent. The film does not have much to say about Christianity, but I would say that it is something that has always been important in Europe. As I said, the idea of forgiveness is something that has always been important in Europe, and the idea of forgiveness was very important in the continent. 4. There was a strong sense of hatred towards Jews, and that was something that was quite common in Europe. At the beginning of the film, the director shows a lot of violence against Jews, but it is not something that was common in Europe. The film shows that a lot of people were always afraid of what was going to happen to them

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Judy C.

I have been a fan of Paul Gross since I was a little kid. After seeing him on the PBS series "I Love Lucy" I was sold. I didn't know what to expect, but I'm happy I didn't wait until the movie came out. I don't understand how people can give this film such a low rating. I loved the feel of the film. I felt the loss of a father for almost two hours. I'm glad that I didn't have to see a DVD of the film, because I really want to watch it again. I recommend this film to anyone that has children or loved a parent that they can relate to. It was truly an emotional movie.

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Christina Ortega

If you've ever tried to take a dump in the forest, then you've seen the mountain top, or the forest, of all of the mountains you've ever seen. That's the mountain top, the whole world is just a small part of it. So why are we doing it in the forest? Well, the forest is our home, and it's all of us. And that's the story of this film. A group of amateur climbers is trying to go up a mountain in Peru. They're trying to make it to the top, but the weather is poor, and they can't get enough oxygen. They're struggling to keep warm, and their nerves are going to give out. So they start to go off on their own. And the film follows their journey. You can feel the pressure in their shoulders, and they're having to fight to stay alive. It's a survival story that's very real. The climbers are having to take risks for their survival, and you can see that. They're going to fight and fight, and that's how they get to the top. There are a few other people, one of whom is an explorer, who have an agenda of getting to the top, and is trying to get all of the photos of the climbers. It's a very interesting story, and it's a shame that it's not in English.

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Emily R.

It is the last day of school, and everyone has a party. At least, that's how it's supposed to be. A father of a ten-year-old girl doesn't seem too interested in spending his last days together with his beautiful daughter, who is celebrating her tenth birthday. Her dad, an overweight alcoholic, has nothing but the worst words to say about the current situation. When the father eventually shows up to his daughter's party, the entire neighborhood reacts as one. While the father and daughter are talking, the teenagers come out of the woods and start killing each other. It's just an average movie. I expected more. There are some really disturbing scenes, but it's nothing like the real thing. There is no gore, no nudity, no violence, no sex. Just a bunch of people behaving badly. The problem is that it's very, very hard to watch. It's just not the kind of movie that makes you feel like you should feel. This movie is more like a documentary. In a way, I should say it's more about me than it is about the father and daughter. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. I'm not sure if I should feel a bit sad, but maybe I am. I think this movie is more about me than it is about the father and daughter. It makes me feel like I should feel. I'm just as much a part of the movie as the people in the woods. I'm just the one getting killed. I don't think this movie is about anything but the people that are getting killed. That's it. If you're looking for a great movie, look elsewhere. It's not a great movie. It's just a documentary. But it's still a great movie. It's just that it's really hard to watch. The director has made some pretty good documentaries in the past, so it's not a bad film at all. It's just that it's so hard to watch. You can't help but feel sorry for the people in the woods. They're just people trying to survive. But if you want to watch a really good movie, look somewhere else.

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Andrew Lawson

When I first heard of this movie, I thought it would be a boring film about two strangers being hit by a bus. I have now been able to get through all of the negative reviews of this film, which were actually positive. I thought the movie would be like a documentary about this bus accident. I was wrong. The movie is very well-made, moving, and very informative. It is not boring, and I would recommend this movie to anyone. It is a documentary, but it is well worth watching.

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Pamela Nguyen

I was fortunate enough to see this film in the theaters when it came out. It was on the big screen when I saw it and I'm happy I saw it there. The message this film sent was very much in my mind after I left the theater. As I sit here I am still reflecting on the words of the director. The word "primal" is brought up often and I've never once heard a word other than "primal". This is a true, up-to-date, cutting-edge documentary that should be seen by everyone. There are many aspects to the documentary that are worth watching, but the director always keeps the film together as a whole. There are some very moving parts and some amazing facts that will blow you away. It's a very inspiring film. Definitely worth seeing. I highly recommend this documentary. The director did an excellent job in telling a story that would be difficult to tell. I highly recommend watching this film. This documentary is something I can watch over and over again. It will stick with me and I will continue to learn a lot from it.

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Marilyn J.

I've been a Woody fan for about 25 years and when I first heard that he was going to make a film about his childhood I was thrilled. It's a beautiful story and the film is really good. Woody was just amazing, he's not like the other characters in this film, I think he was really believable. It's really sad to see how Woody fell into a depression but it's also really funny. I've been a fan of Woody's for a long time and this film was the perfect ending to his career. I think he was really being sincere in his story and it really came across. Woody was a really great character, and I don't think that anybody could have done a better job portraying him. I'm still going to watch this film, it's really good.

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Johnny G.

You can't understand the 'scream queen' without having seen this movie. The movie was not shown on TV but on DVD. I was lucky to be in the room when it was released. I was a 20-year-old girl who was in love with John. I remember thinking, "How wonderful to be with him." But then I saw the movie and realized that we were not in love. We were just sisters in love. The movie was about how we met. The movie shows that sometimes the most perfect things happen in the worst places. The movie gives me hope for today. And it makes me wonder what might happen if all of us just take a minute to pause and think about what we would do if our parents were perfect. When I look at my parents now, I am a little scared. And if it wasn't for John, I wouldn't be sitting here writing this review.

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Roy Ramirez

The movie starts out with a scary music video and you can't stop the thought of being scared and amazed by the footage. This is a masterpiece of cinema. The camera angles are amazing and the sound track is awesome. My only regret is that it's only in English.

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Samuel Torres

If you want to know the truth of modern music, listen to this documentary! It was a wonderful mix of rock, blues, and folk music from the 50's to the 90's, and it's still not too far off. A must-see for anyone who loves to listen to music.

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Olivia B.

I've just come from the screening of this movie at the Toronto International Film Festival. I'd seen a trailer and some pictures, so I wasn't sure what to expect, but it turned out to be an amazing movie. It's a documentary about the environmental impact of the logging industry in the forest. It's not just a documentary about the loggers themselves, but also the communities they affect and the environmental impacts of their activities. In my opinion, the problem with environmental documentaries is that they're almost always so focused on the good guys. It's almost as if they're not doing anything about the negative side of the story. "But what about the logging?" I hear you ask. "That's a major issue that affects everyone in the forest, but it doesn't have a big effect on the forest itself. So what's the big deal?" I think that the answer to that question is that, for environmental documentaries, it's not the loggers themselves, but the forest itself. The movie focuses on the negative impacts of the logging industry on the communities, but it doesn't focus on the logging itself. The forest, for many of the loggers, is more of a life-saver than the loggers themselves. They may not have to worry about paying the mortgage or the car payment, but they do have to worry about the impact of logging on the environment. Some of the loggers even talk about the logging themselves as a sort of religion. These guys think that they're doing good for the forest, and they feel that they're doing something good for the forest. This is the kind of environmental documentary that I want to see more of, because it shows the impact of logging on the communities. The impact of the logging industry in the forest is not a small impact. It's a very large impact, and the documentary focuses on it very specifically. In the end, the movie shows the destructive effects of logging, but it also shows the positive effects that logging can have on the communities. Overall, it's a very powerful and emotional movie. I thought that it was very well done, and the audience was very involved in the movie. It's really sad that the logging industry is destroying the forests and the communities in these parts of the world, but the logging industry is also destroying the forests and the communities in these areas, and I think that that's a good thing. As I said before, the documentary focuses on the negative effects of logging. This is not a movie about logging

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Ronald Montgomery

As a man, the most important thing that comes to mind is this: we all love our dogs, we all love them dearly. We all love them dearly. We're not afraid of them. And in some ways we all love them more than we love ourselves. The power of this film, like the power of the Great Depression, is in how it can bring us to a place of clarity, where we can acknowledge what we're doing and why we're doing it. And when we do that, we can also recognize and respect our dogs, and get rid of the fear that keeps them from becoming fully human. And when we do that, the story is complete. This film is beautifully done, and as a film, it deserves every award it's getting. The title, "The White Album," is a metaphor for the way in which the film works. The title is itself a metaphor for the White Album. The White Album is the album that was written and recorded by a man. This man, Jim Brogg, was a musician, who was a man, and who was a man who loved his dogs. And he wrote and recorded the White Album, and he never let go of that. That album is his White Album, and this film is his White Album. The White Album is his White Album, and this film is his White Album. This is the White Album.

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A few weeks ago I heard about the unique approach of Julian Assange to make the media give a platform to journalists and whistleblowers, to people who are in conflict with the government. After a couple of years of meeting with people on the ground in countries where we work and the respect he has for their privacy, I was motivated to write about it and put it in my blog. Julian's documents are all available on WikiLeaks.org, and there is a "trusted" organization that keeps the WikiLeaks archive on a server in the United States. I saw the interviews with people from many countries and regions, and in particular there are many people from the states who have the highest level of information security, and in some cases the highest level of freedom of speech. But they do not want to speak about it. I would like to bring this discussion to the world's attention. I can see this kind of censorship from governments that are not very democratic, like from Saudi Arabia, Russia or China. It's very difficult to know how much of the information is accurate. I think that when people are informed and make the information available, they start thinking about it. They start to question the government, and as a result the governments are forced to listen to the people, to the people who are not in the position of the governments. So it is important to make the information available, and that is what Julian Assange did. We can use the internet to help people understand the situation, to provide more information, but I think it is important to stop censoring people and to allow people to make their own decisions. I think that many of the people who are not involved with this issue are being made to feel guilty and that it is a state of affairs that they do not have to pay attention to. There are people in all countries that would like to see Julian taken out of his house, and they have this argument that he is a criminal. It is very difficult to know whether Julian is a criminal or not, because he has not been convicted. I am surprised that he does not have any charge at all, and that he is not being targeted in any way. But there is something that bothers me, that if Julian is not a criminal, he would not be living in fear and that he would not have been kept in solitary confinement for four years. In a sentence that he has not been convicted of, that is torture. There are people around the world that are being held without charge for four years and that Julian is not

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As a teenager I often felt isolated and alone. This documentary is a wonderful portrait of what adolescence is like. The film shows the daily routines of a young man, M., who does not feel very well, and how he tries to deal with his illness. It is the best documentary I have seen on this topic, it covers every aspect of the illness, the symptoms, the history of the disease, the treatment, and the possible cures. This is a film that needs to be seen by everyone, and it is very rare to see one that is so excellent. One of the best documentaries of all time. I can recommend this film highly.

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To find a Canadian film like "A Canadian Story" is a joy. After viewing "A Canadian Story", I can understand why the producer and director of this film chose this project. The film is shot beautifully and depicts the heart and soul of Canada. The documentary follows the life of a woman named Eleanor Buckler. She works as a chef in a restaurant and is a waitress. She is an introvert who has trouble expressing her emotions. Her friends call her a loner. When she leaves a bar, she becomes a sex worker. She is lured into prostitution when she sees a handsome client, Robert (played by Will Ferrell). Her client asks her to dance and she agrees. She has sex with him and he leaves her. She has feelings for a certain man who comes to her rescue and takes her home. She is forced to leave the man and goes to her friends to find out why he left her. This documentary is beautiful. It's the kind of film that will leave you with a smile. I was surprised at the depth of the film. It is well researched and has a great cast. The story is powerful and shows the exploitation of sex workers. It also shows the cruelty of the police and the industry. I hope that more films like this will be made and show us more about Canada.

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Benjamin Lopez

When I first watched this film, I thought it was a "wonderful" film, that had wonderful photography, great music, and a great cast. However, after watching it, I realized that it was nothing but a boring, and lifeless, film. The film was filled with mostly black and white scenes, which was in itself a waste of time. Even the main characters were extremely bland, with the exception of the narrator. It is also very sad to see the main characters, some of whom are now in their early twenties, suddenly going into a mental institution, and how the narrator's wife is now the only one who has stayed alive. The story is too repetitive, and the characters do not show any emotion whatsoever. I would have liked to see more of the woods, especially the elder tree and the elder female tree, instead of the narrator, and his family. Overall, I would not recommend this film to anyone, as I would not have liked it any more than I already did.

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Thomas Castro

The first half of this documentary is really intriguing. In the context of a major ecological catastrophe, it's a compelling and highly relevant story. However, the second half is more about just trying to come to terms with the reality of the situation. And even though the situation was truly awful and frightening, I still felt like the director was just trying to cover up some aspect of the story, rather than to address the problem itself. Overall, the film is still a fascinating story and I think that it's worth watching for those who have some knowledge about the situation in Bangladesh, but it doesn't make for a great documentary.

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Linda M.

This is a wonderful documentary that will leave you with a very warm feeling. It makes you feel that nature is more than just a backdrop for human beings. It's a reminder of what living in nature has done for us and it's also an example of the human spirit that we can still transcend our limitations. This is a film that was very difficult to get and when you find a copy you can't help but share it with others.

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Pamela B.

I read the reviews, and I read the book, and I have to say I was pretty disappointed by the movie. I really liked the book, it was good, but I felt that the movie took everything away. I read the comments in the book that say, "He should not have been a bad guy", and I agreed with that. I also think that the way the movie ended was a little too abrupt. I mean, it's a pretty good ending, but I'm sure it could have been done better. And I just don't think that the kids should have been able to see how much he cared for them. I know they are different, but he should have been able to show them the joy of this. I think it's great that the movie was made, because I know it will bring the book out into the world. I just wish the movie had done it a little better.

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Edward Reed

This documentary was shot on location in New Zealand during the first summer of 1981. It is a story of two kids that set out to become teenagers in a small town. One of them is a girl named "Kate", and the other is "Phil" (a nickname). This is a great film, the best I have seen about teenagers and teenage issues. The film is a wonderful look into the lives of these two kids, and the way they cope with the issues and the people they encounter. They are both great young actors, and their characters are very interesting. They have a very unique relationship with their parents and are the center of their world. This is a documentary that will be a favorite of mine for years to come.