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Het Wonder van Le Petit Prince

A documentary about the passionate translators of the book The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, who fight for the preservation of their endangered languages.

Other Titles
The Miracle of the Little Prince
Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Marjoleine Boonstra
Pieter van Huystee, Lies Janssen, Marjoleine Boonstra
Netherlands, Norway
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Het Wonder van Le Petit Prince» (16)

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This is a long and painstakingly painstaking movie that uses as many short interviews as possible. It is an amazing series of interviews, all of them from the same person, all of them with the same perspective. One of the best. They cover a lot of subjects. I found myself laughing so hard that I almost cried. This film is the kind of thing I can really enjoy. I have never really been so impressed by a documentary. It is not "objective" but the interviewer is fully in the moment, the director is fully in the moment, and the subjects are fully in the moment. This is one of those documentaries that is so difficult to watch but so necessary to understand.

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Patrick C.

What are the chances? We have a documentary that delves deeply into the psychology of the artist, of his/her role as artist and human being. What do we get? Some very dark and serious images. The artists are in a serious state of mind and have to deal with life on this planet, because life on this planet has not been nice for them. There are many gaps in their life story, but we see that they are not being fair or they are being too rigid with life. The experience of the film is not one of looking for some good news, but one of being calm and in a state of mind, knowing that the fate is in our hands. Because when we were young, we were easy to control and I think we are still to a great extent. We have to make our fate, the fate of our lives. So we have to respect it, and this is the reason that we want to see what is going to happen to the artists of our time. I think it's a great film. But also the other point is that it gives a very good insight into the mind of an artist and an artist's life. But it is also a film about pain. Not the pain of a child who has lost a parent or the pain of a parent who has died. But the pain of the artist. So, I think this film is very good and I think it is going to be a very important one.

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A very well made documentary. I was very surprised to learn that the founder of the Het Wonder Institute, who still lives and has a business, was not actually a Haitian. The documentary tries to give an overview of how Het Wonder works and the people who work for it. This includes some of the Haitian employees, including the founder. This documentary has the style and content that can only be done with a camera and a microphone. The camera focus on some of the real Haitian people working for Het Wonder. The cameraman has a very good skill of finding interesting details and places in the place that the workers go to. For instance, there is a man who is known for his piano playing in the kitchen. He is so skilled that he is able to play the same piano over and over again. He is so good at it that he can also play the same music over and over again. One of the things that the cameraman does is to record the interactions between the workers and the non-Haitian workers that live in the building that they work in. This is what makes the documentary so interesting. It also shows the stories of some of the workers who are friends with the founders of Het Wonder. These stories are very heartwarming and touching. In some cases they also show that the workers and their families are also involved in the business. This makes it very interesting to hear their stories. One thing that I would like to point out is the lack of violence in the documentary. The documentary doesn't show any scenes of violence or drugs in the building that the workers live in. This is what I would expect from a documentary that is more about the work of Het Wonder and what it has accomplished than it is about the violence that exists in Haiti. The documentary also contains a lot of good photography. I would say that the pictures of the workers are very nice. For instance, the workers in the Het Wonder Institute are mostly young adults who are very active in their community. They have also a lot of pictures of themselves. One of them is shown with a young man who is almost completely bald. The photograph has a great quality and it is very pleasing to the eye. Another great image is one of the workers with his face in the sunlight. It is a beautiful photograph. It also shows the beauty of the area in which the workers live. Another great image is the one of the workers with his head in the middle of a field. It is a great image and the image shows the beautiful landscape in which the workers live. The photography also shows that the workers are very active in their community. They are able to make their way to the site of work whenever they want. This is also what I would expect from a documentary about a group of people that have an active and caring approach to the

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I'm a very biased viewer, so don't expect my vote to be influenced by my love of ketchup or something. This documentary about the lives of twenty nine people living in a three bedroom apartment in one of Paris's streets is very good. A brilliant piece of filmmaking, with its camera, actors and location shots. It's a little bit repetitive but the story it tells is compelling, more so than most films. We meet the young adults, which are fascinating, from their home and family life to their complex views on the world. The drama that runs through this film is very real, and I couldn't help but be interested, in both the current French society and the way its world has changed over the past twenty years. The thing that impressed me most about this film was the photography. The city and its buildings are beautiful. A lot of the images in the film were taken with a really great camera. I can't get over the way that their is no "looking" shot, but instead it is all of their faces. The music was very appropriate too. The film is very short, so it would be a little boring if it lasted another three hours. It is very well made. The film is about ten minutes too short. It would have been very interesting to have had more footage of Paris and its surroundings, but it is just too short and doesn't fit in with the rest of the film. I did enjoy the film. It was short, but I couldn't help thinking it would have been a lot longer. The story it tells is interesting. There is a lot of drama in this film, but it's good drama. It's not too heavy or heavy in emotion, it's more a light story. It's a good story, but the film could have been much better.

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Martha S.

I watched this film after watching the documentary made by Laurent Ferreri, which talks about the use of diesel by the French military in the region of Algeria during the Algerian war, in the 1960s. The film does a great job in showing the problems in the region and the problems of the French military and civil society during the war. It shows what was going on and what was happening in the region. This film was made during the time when the French military were being told not to carry out raids. The French were also under pressure from the opposition of their own people. People were being shot, or killed, and some of them were burned alive. This film is a great help to those who were involved in this conflict. It is also a great help to anyone who wants to know what happened during the war. This film is well done and well done. If you like documentaries and want to learn more about the conflict, this is the one for you.

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Marilyn Young

I have been a fan of Jim Jarmusch's films since he was still in high school, and I thought the Painted Black (1994) was the best film of his. It's a good film about youth, life and the way that we treat each other. In a world that has so many stereotypes, the film makes a point of showing how we might react to someone from another culture, and what we might do to "fit in". I was reminded of the opening scene in The Shawshank Redemption when Frank Darabont told the audience how to react to the guards. They weren't Nazis, but they weren't good either. In the end, we all need to "grow up", and how we treat each other has a big impact on our lives. It's one of the best films that I have ever seen. If you liked this film, you will probably like his next, The Squid and the Whale (2008) and the films he will be making in 2009.

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George Kim

All the time, most of the times, you don't know what it's about, it's just like watching a documentary. You need to have a big open mind, you need to look at it from different perspectives. For example, you could have a bad experience with a certain song, you could have an unpleasant moment with your husband, you could have some kind of conflict with your girlfriend. In that sense, the movie is very good, because you can learn and see the different ways the life of a young man, of a group of young men, of a band of young men, etc. I think this is a very well made documentary, the men are very nice and the women are very good, not a single one of them is bad. I like the film, the problem with it is that there is a lot of stories, not all of them, but a few. If you watch the whole movie, you don't get all the story. You will not see everything, you might even miss some things. But if you can find some pictures, some news, a great speech, you will enjoy watching it.

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Christine W.

I agree with all the previous reviewers. Some people will complain that the film is too over the top but I think that this is actually a good thing. What I mean is that these people are supposed to be actors and actresses that have acted in other films. And this film is what it is because of these actors and actresses. In this film you have to watch many scenes that have nothing to do with the film in general. This is one of the most honest films ever made about the making of a movie. You have to watch the movie to see how they do it. The way the movie is filmed is very realistic and yet the viewer is still involved. I think that this film was very well made and I think that the acting was very good. I am also glad that the director did not use any special effects in this film. It really took the film and made it much more realistic. There are many things that happen in the film that are very funny. For example, when the director takes the sign in the church and puts the card in the water. The best scene is when the minister is trying to escape from the police, and all the other cars are going to chase him. The best thing about this film is that it was very good. I give it a 9/10.

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Patrick A.

The film is about the life of a young girl in the Netherlands, who is still young, but has already been through the life of her father, who was killed by a drunk driver. She is the daughter of a very famous artist, and she is living with her mother. She has a very beautiful family, but she is very shy and has to hide her feelings. She has a very loving father, who is very strict, but not cruel. The film shows how she is still young and has many opportunities, but she still feels shy. The film shows the life of the family, but also shows the mother's feelings, and the struggles of the daughter. The film is very touching, and it is very inspiring. It is very beautiful, and I really recommend this film.

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Harold B.

The movie is the first of two 'Marital Crime' films from the Netherlands. The second film, which was actually shot on the A45 in the Netherlands, focuses on the life of a couple who are convicted for the murders of two teenage girls. The first of two movies tells of the boy's father's execution in a court. The second film tells of the couple's possible future. The movie was made in 2005 and is a very poignant look at how society would react if a husband and wife were convicted of the murders of two young girls. Both films are able to show how the justice system would react. One of the best parts of the movie is the comments made by the prosecutor. These are some of the most interesting scenes I have ever seen in a movie.

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Johnny Brewer

I was fortunate enough to see this documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival. I'm a fan of the band and I was very impressed with the footage they used. I thought the overall story was compelling and I found myself thinking about the band, their songs and their influences. It was a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the band and their music.

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Susan M.

Although I'm a white person, this is one of the most wonderful documentaries I've ever seen. It is a cinematic masterpiece that I'd highly recommend.

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The beautiful stories of the children that are kept in the home by their parents. A poignant, educational documentary that explores the impact of having a mother or father who was unable to function emotionally. The documentary takes a look at each child and explores the impact of his/her life on them. As they discuss their relationships, it also explores their friendships and love lives. There are many stories and great stories from the children who are staying at the home. They are all very special. The documentary will bring tears to your eyes, but also get your heart pumping. The images are very beautiful and amazing. It also gives you a look into the heart of the children who have been left in the care of their mother. A great film for families and children alike. For the adult, it will be a wonderful look at the impact of a mother's absence. For the children, it will provide the opportunity to learn a valuable life lesson.

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Most often I go into documentaries like the ones I'm currently watching and, after the first few minutes, I knew that this would be one of the more interesting films I'd seen in a while. After about 30 minutes, I knew it would be one of the most memorable. Being a documentary about a relationship between two people (kind of like the famous "Love Story") and their children, I found this one to be a true delight. The movie was, of course, made with a lot of love and dedication, but it doesn't take much of that to enjoy. The story, by the way, was told with such care, with the questions and the dialogue getting all the attention and attention that it deserved, that you just want to know more about it. The personal struggles of two very different people really made me feel like I was there with them. There were times that I felt like they had a big crisis or relationship, but I knew that they would all be okay. The film has a really interesting and amazing soundtrack, one that makes the story come alive. This is a documentary that is made to show us that there is more to life than just being rich and famous, and that there is more to love than just money. There is also an incredible message in the film: that it doesn't matter if we have money or not, what matters is what we give to people around us, and what we give back. I thought this film would be another boring documentary about two people who make money. But it is much more than that, and it has an amazing message, the depth of which is only surpassed by the beautiful music in the movie. I think this is a must-see film.

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Lauren Hill

I first became aware of this documentary when I saw it on the television a few years ago. I was very impressed by the director and his use of music in the story. It is my hope that this film is shown to more people, because there is so much that needs to be done in this country in order to end the war in one way or another. I highly recommend this film.

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Adam Hopkins

In my opinion, this film is a must see for anyone interested in the world of black culture. It is a film that is extremely informative and well-made. I believe it is the most accurate portrayal of black culture ever made. It shows that there are many different types of black people, each with their own unique style. It shows that black people have the same struggles and struggles as other races, and that they can be proud of their culture. I highly recommend this film for anyone who is interested in the world of black culture.