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Het Wonder van Le Petit Prince

A documentary about the passionate translators of the book The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, who fight for the preservation of their endangered languages.

Other Titles
The Miracle of the Little Prince
Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Marjoleine Boonstra
Pieter van Huystee, Marjoleine Boonstra, Lies Janssen
Norway, Netherlands
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Het Wonder van Le Petit Prince» (7)

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Lisa Fowler

It is not a film for everyone, and even more so for those who have an understanding of the meaning of life. It is a journey, a process, a process of growing, and growing. This film is one of those rare films that is truly worth watching. It will leave you with a feeling of wonder, of compassion, of understanding, and of what you have learned in your journey. It will also leave you with a sense of hope, for there is no doubt in your mind that there will be a next time. The film is presented in a very honest and straight forward manner, which helps you to become involved in the process, and the journey. It is very easy to see the potential of this film, and what it could do. It has a great cast, a great director, and a great writer. I have to say that the film was very well done, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about life, and what it is really all about.

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Andrea Beck

I just finished watching this documentary and I was very surprised. It was very well done, informative and touching. The docu-drama portion was very moving and the photography was amazing. It was great to see a film that showed what a change of life is for someone who has had a terminal illness. I also liked the fact that they did not go into the details of what was wrong with the person, but focused on the person, instead of the disease itself. This was very important because it showed the person as they were and not what they had done or the disease itself. The documentary is also very informative, showing the person's struggles and how they cope with their condition. I also liked the fact that they did not show the doctor or the hospital staff, but the person themselves. This made the docu-drama portion very emotional and the documentary very informative. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary and would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about a terminal illness.

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Theresa M.

The movie was a great story of a young girl's story. She's not so young anymore, but she's still a kid, and she's still a virgin. This movie was made to give her a good story to tell. And the movie was really good. I was shocked at how great the movie was. The movie was good, but I felt like it could have been a lot better. But it was still good, and it's a good movie. The movie is also really good, because it was really good, and it really gives you the idea of what this girl is going through. I really recommend it.

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Kenneth Stanley

This film is simply outstanding. It shows how the very rich can ruin their own lives, just to gain the money and status. The way the film is told, the whole story is narrated in the present tense, which is quite common in documentaries. It is very fascinating, and it really makes you think about the world we live in today, and how the rich and powerful can exploit others, and even destroy their own lives, just to get rich and famous. I recommend it to everyone, and especially to the ones who have been in the very rich world. It is a must-see, and a must-read.

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Gregory Williamson

The documentary, "Prince: The Last Days" was a masterpiece of documentary film-making. The subject matter was both personal and historical. It was a well-rounded documentary that touched on the life of Prince, his music, and his legacy. The documentary was very well-written and well-acted. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about Prince.

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Joe C.

I was very surprised by this film. I had been aware of the documentary before watching it, but I didn't know what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was very well done, and I found it to be very enlightening. I'm not sure if it's because I am a woman, but I think that men are more likely to see this film, as I found it very entertaining. The documentary is very informative and entertaining. It is a good film to watch if you're looking for something to watch, and you're not looking for a "deep" documentary. It is very entertaining, and I highly recommend it.

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James Webb

A documentary about the world's oldest working perfume factory in the Dutch countryside. The perfume factory is located in the countryside and the only thing that keeps it going is the commitment of the workers to maintain the factory's place in the history books. The story of the factory is told in a way that makes it interesting and makes you care about the workers. The director tries to show the workers as individuals, not just as victims. The film also tells us about the history of perfume in the Netherlands, and how it has changed over time. The director also tells us about the workers' struggles in the factory, and how they have made a living at the factory. The director shows us the beauty of the factory, the beauty of the countryside, the beauty of the people, the beauty of the perfume, and the beauty of the history of perfume. All this is important because the film is about a very important historical event in the history of perfume. It also shows how a small group of people in a small town can make a difference in a very big world.