Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
Actors: Sean Bury, Anicée Alvina, Ronald Lewis and Toby Robins
Also known as: Amigos, Due ragazzi che si amano, Friends – Eine Liebesgeschichte, Vänner
Description: In this teen romance, a young neglected English boy named Paul Harrison (Sean Bury) runs away and becomes a friend of a French girl named Michelle Latour (Anicée Alvina) on the same flight. Together, they go to an idyllic marsh location in France; specifically, the Camargue. There, they become lovers, set up housekeeping, have a baby, and play at being responsible adults. Along the way, both Paul and Michelle discover many of the troubles that can be involved with family life
Great Movie! The sound track is awesome! Very relaxing sound. Elton was ahead of his own time even back in 1971. Lewis Gilbert did a magnificent job producing and directing this film! The movie was romantic and a breath of fresh air. The sound tracks written by Sir Elton complimented the movie to a T. Rex Morris does a great job with the tenor sax on the song “Honey Roll” and poem “I Meant To Do My Work Today” by Richard Le Gallienne was incredible! Kudos to everyone involved with this fantastic film! It was no surprise that a lot of the people involved with this movie went on to become the best in their field.