This is the first gypsy Nazi movie I’ve ever seen. These gypsies are traveling around French roads in 1943, and it’s not just the Nazis after them. They have a cute little boy on their tail. He’s played well by Mathias Laliberte, the grandson of Charlie Chaplin and great grandson of legendary playwright Eugene O’Neill (O’Neill disowned his 18-year-old daughter when she married the 54-year-old Chaplin).
The town the gypsies usually hit for a harvest has a few new laws that make it tough. The mayor and a nice teacher help out, but eventually, they’ll be arrested and placed in an interment camp.
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