A film by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne, now a Sony’s Pictures classic, a young couple gives birth to a l’enfant (The child, in French). Je’re’mie Renier purchases a baby buggy as his contribution at this time of his son’s birth. The vehicle of transport makes a sad turn to see the evidentiary vehicle (Baby stroller) drive the baby to the black market. The young man is uncertain he may well financially support his new family.
Bruno (The baby’s father) recaptures his decision as his lover De-borah Francois go into a coma and placed into hospitalization, the birth couple now faces the challenge of the mother’s illness and while she still wants to care for the child the two created together ~ A child that they just cannot ignore. “I didn’t want to hurt you, I didn’t,” bebe’s (The baby’s) father proclaims galliantly regarding his horrifying decision to give bebe (Baby)away.
When Sonia’s boyfriend makes the decision to sell her baby on the French Black Market, however ~ Sonia goes into a psychological coma that is physical. The French mother, Sonia makes desperate remarks about the cold, calculating criminals, who very aware of the godless crime they commited Bruno. Sonia demands that the baby’s real father finds the baby and returns him to her as the mother’s psychological health and her very survival survival depend upon this! In addition, all of the baby-knappers face prison time as the camera caught them leaving the hospitol on tape with the baby and no legal adoption papers in their possession at the time. Thus begins the search for the secret and hidden location of the child ~ Which it seems that even the authorities had been hoodwinked to gain the true safety of regarding the heist.
Alas, the poor boy struggles to retain custody of his child for the sake of the real mother’s well being. Downshoring he fears a great success for the girl who eventually and much to his great surprise comes out of the coma. When he finally manages to buy bebe’ back he heads for the hospital unknowingly with detectives trailing not far behind. As authorities begin to investigate all of the true facts, which through a series of smoke and mirrors everything did remain at that time misconstrued ~ But still the authorities manage to locate the baby, and return the child to the real mother
The boy does not realize that youthful fentasizm unless bound by a meaningful temperence is the exact and fleeting medium material ~ Born of both neccessity fully against him now. The father of the child now fears the lie detector test.Now although the boy had brought baby back, the boy is now in trouble for a much greater crime than poverty for transferring the baby to unfit and improper parties. He soon reaps the evil he sowed however mindless or accidental. And whether he in his mind felt badly regarding all of the sadness and sorrow he caused everyone concerned regarding the baby heist ~ It seems that his selfish human nature still, have greatly harmed the true mother of the child. The mother is at once possessive upon young bebe’s return and she senses a great need to make sure bebe’ never leaves her arms or side again. Since she is now a young single mother, she will need all of the strength and stability she has in order raise her tiny birth child and all of this energy needed to train the little boy.The boy does not realize that youthful fentasizm unless bound by a meaningful temperence is the exact and fleeting medium material ~ Born of both neccessity fully against him now. The father of the child now fears the lie detection test the most.
French with English subtitles, the film run approximately 96 minutes and is rated R for brief language offenses. The film is also both honored and greatly appreciated by the Tellurude and Toronto film professions. This is a type of a genre fairytale played out in the lives of many youth today. Youth seem to want a turn-around lately. More and more single mothers want to get college degrees while raising their own families ~ And universities everywhere want to make these accomodations as sophisticated and yet as expedient as possible. My children loved listening to the symphony just as I do from the moment I found out I was expecting a child. [Perhaps the memoirs of Bailey and Rothblatt may help create a rather handy checkmate after all. And then the Catch 22 requires not even completely serve to explain the victorious final outcome.] This film won Palme d’or, best picture at the Festival De Cannes’ in 2005.