Belle and Sebastien (Belle et Sébastien)

  • Youth Jury Award, Seattle Film Festival
    Seattle Film Festival

A film by Nicolas Vanier

Adapted from the beloved novel by author Cécile Aubry and set during WWII in the snowy Alps of occupied France, we meet resourceful young Sebastien and the giant mountain sheepdog he tames and calls Belle.

When Nazi soldiers march into town looking for members of the French Resistance who are guiding Jewish refugees to neighboring Switzerland, Belle and Sebastien’s loyalty — to each other and to the village that’s embraced them both — is put to the test.


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104 mins

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