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||IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 from 4,303 votes
||Release: 8 November 2012 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Crime, Drama
||Director: Ursula Meier,
||Stars: Alain Börek, Ange Ruzé, Frédéric Mudry, Gabin Lefebvre, Gillian Anderson, Jean-François Stévenin, Kacey Mottet Klein, Léa Seydoux, Magne-Håvard Brekke, Martin Compston, Mike Winter, Simon Guélat, Vincent Fontannaz, Yann Trégouët, Yannick Ruiz
||Synopsis: A drama set at a Swiss ski resort and centered on a boy who supports his sister by stealing from wealthy guests.
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In Sister, a boy helps he and his sister survive by stealing from rich
folks at a posh ski resort in the Swiss Alps. But the boy and his
sister are both a bit more than each seems in this provocative
psychological, daring thriller from Ursula Meier.
Young Simon (Kacey Mottet Klein) has procured a season pass to a winter
ski lodge. Each day, he rides up the giant lifts to the top of the
mountain, where he swipes skis, poles, boots, gloves, and other
paraphernalia, selling them to the less-fortunate in the town below. He
does this to support he and his sister Louise (Lea Seydoux), an
unfocused, somewhat-selfish wanderer who appears too have little
concern for the well being of herself or for Simon, flitting from job
to job and from lover to lover like a forlorn mosquito. So it's
entirely up to Simon to keep them afloat, and he's a quick learner.
Even at age 12, he can cook and clean and knows ski equipment better
than even expert skiers, even though he is no skier himself. He's an
entrepreneur, albeit in a dangerous career.
He sells to workers. He sells to kids. He takes advance orders and
knows how much to charge. He's not intimidated by anyone. He is, at his
tender age, a master thief, knowing where to stow his ill-gotten gains
and how best to get them back down the mountain. One can argue that he
does what he has to do, since his youth prevents him from getting an
authentic job and the adult in the family is wildly undependable. He
takes on an apprentice at one point, goes into cahoots with another at
a different juncture. But a few of his schemes do not end favorably for
Simon is friendless, utterly alone. But his relationship with Louise is
quite complicated. There are tender touches. Inappropriate remarks.
Lingering glances. Is this simply typical preteen behavior, or
something more? With no other friends - and apparently, no school to
serve as a social function - Louise is about the only female with whom
he interacts on a regular basis.
He meets a visiting family - mom, two boys - at the resort. Mom is kind
and buys Simon breakfast, even though he is loaded with cash. They bond
a little; she seeing perhaps a lost soul whose story of no parents or
siblings isn't ringing true, he seeing a mother figure he desperately
The twist in the movie makes its appearance just about halfway through.
It's surprising that it arrives so early, and when it does it passes
two crucial tests: it is both out of the blue and completely plausible.
The perfect twist.
Obviously, the twist coming so early in the film means that the movie's
real enticement comes in this major revelation - well, a revelation to
the audience, not to the characters. At first, we're not sure who is
telling the truth; are we being snookered? When we discover the answer
to that question, the relationship between Louise and Simon takes on a
whole new dimension.
Both Klein and Seydoux, playing characters who are almost aggressively
opposite from one another, are phenomenal. Simon longs for a better
life even as he excels in his current role. Louise, a tragic heroine,
is mentally scarred, unsure, unhappy, and besieged by doubt. She seems
of no use to him, and yet he pushes hard to make a life for them both.
The ending is one of those that will leave half of the audience
wondering if a reel was left off by mistake and the other half nodding
appreciatively. It is not a neat ending; it is awash with symbolism of
the direction each lead's life is headed. And set against the majestic
beauty of the mountains, it is a strong, stark, and beautiful finale.
Tags for L'enfant d'en haut Full Movie
, Ange Ruzé
, Frédéric Mudry
, Gabin Lefebvre
, Gillian Anderson
, Jean-François Stévenin
, Kacey Mottet Klein
, Léa Seydoux
, Magne-Håvard Brekke
, Martin Compston
, Mike Winter
, Simon Guélat
, Vincent Fontannaz
, Yann Trégouët
, Yannick Ruiz
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