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La Classe de neige
(1998)

AKA: Class Trip

Country: France

Genre: Drama

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Synopsis

Nicolas is an insecure child plagued by visions of disasters and accidents. His peers tease him, or ignore him. Even his teachers are frustrated by his lack of social skills. His paranoid father is of little help. During a class skiing trip he takes ill, his visions become more intense. The line between reality and hallucination blurs as his visions begin to come true when Police find a murdered child in the woods.

Notes

  • Adapted from Emmanuel Carrere’s acclaimed novel of the same name.
  • Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.

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Claude Miller's best film must surely be 1985's marvellous L'effrontée. 2009's I'm Glad My Mother is Alive, which he codirected with his son, Nathan Miller, is too uncritically Freudian but based on a true story and very worthwhile. This one is perhaps excessively odd but it's definitely interesting stuff and it makes good use of Clément van den Bergh's intelligent and brave acting, also displayed in The Fire That Burns.

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Disturbingly emotional portrait of adolescent anxiety for a boy dealing with his burgeoning sexuality. Nicolas' unstated but clear attraction for the class 'wiseguy' who takes him under his wing leads to an unraveling of the distinction between truth and falsehood. Ends a little abruptly, I would've preferred more resolution.

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