Class Trip
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Class Trip
Claude Miller directed this French psychological drama adapted from Emmanuel Carrere's 1995 novel (based on a factual news item). Detailing a troubled boy's traumas at a holiday camp, the film recalls Miller's other adolescent dramas -- The Little Thief, The Best Way to Walk (also at a holiday camp), and An Impudent Girl. When young Nicolas (Clement Van Den Bergh) is set to go on a school ski trip, his father (Francois Roy) has safety concerns because of a recent bus accident. Instead of allowing Nicolas to join his classmates on the bus, he chooses to drive the youth to the camp,… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Despite a strong beginning, the film is too narrowly focused, giving the impression that an adult POV has been imposed on the story of a traumatic childhood."
‑ Emanuel Levy, Variety
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