aka Les Égarés
In Nazi-occupied France in the 1940s, a widowed school teacher, Odile (Emmanuelle Béart), races to get out of Paris with her two children, Philippe (Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet) and Cathy (Clémence Meyer).
Destruction and mayhem in the city streets force the family to flee into the forest, where they meet a 17-year-old boy, Yvan (Gaspard Ulliel), who leads them to a safe house. Once there, Odile and Yvan explore their sexual feelings for each other, even as the Nazis pursue them.
2004 – Étoiles d’Or, France
Won: Étoile d’Or – Best Male Newcomer (Gaspard Ulliel)
2004 – César Awards, France
Nominated: César – Most Promising Actor (Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet)
Nominated: Most Promising Actor (Gaspard Ulliel)
Nominated: Best Cinematography (Agnès Godard)
Nominated: Best Sound (Olivier Goinard, Jean-Pierre Laforce, Jean-Paul Mugel)
2003 – Cannes Film Festival
Nominated: Palme d’Or (André Téchiné)