• Safe Conduct (2002) Rating & Reviews

Based on 15 Critics
Based on 6 Users
  • A remarkable and moving account of a part of the French experience that needs more remembering and less forgetting. show more

  • You would imagine a film like this would be greeted with rapture in France, but no. The leading French film magazine, "Cahiers du Cinema," has long scorned the filmmakers of this older generation as makers of mere "quality," and interprets Tavernier's work as an attack on the New Wave generation which replaced them. show more

  • This is one of those films that encapsulate most of its maker's key thoughts and feelings while also connecting us vividly to a fascinating past. No one who loves French film (or movies in general) should miss it. show more

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