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Suddenly, Martin's behaviour changes radically. He doesn't talk or laugh any more. His schoolfellows discover, that his mother died some days ago. Now he is frightened of being sent to orphanage. His schoolfellows help him to push up the situation ...Written by
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As a teacher of the french language in one of the school systems in Massachusetts, I was delighted to be able to present "Cross my Heart" to my students. It was presented to 9th through 12th graders. The general reaction was quite positive. Students truly enjoyed the film. Some felt the story was unbelievable but most felt that the thinking of "false sense of loyalty" (i.e. covering for one another, at that age) was very much possible. Actually it happens on an every day basis in today's schools. I would rate the film as 9 on a 9 to 10 basis.
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