Cast & Crew
Towards the end of World War II, in occupied France, a man finds a note in a train station on a train which has just arrived from Brussels. The note is addressed, and simply reads: "I am alive, and I love you." This event changes the man's life when he decides to bring it to the address. There he finds the parents of the woman who has written the note, as well as her three year old child. Heartbroken by the circumstances of these people's lives, the man sets out on a journey, taking the child to reunite him with his mother.
Anne Saint Macary
Rosanne Van Haezebruck
Released in United States November 1998
Released in United States January 1999
Shown at Amiens International Film Festival (out of competition) November 6-15, 1998.
Began shooting July 21, 1997.
Completed shooting September 13, 1997.
Released in United States November 1998 (Shown at Amiens International Film Festival (out of competition) November 6-15, 1998.)
Released in United States January 1999 (Shown in New York City (Walter Reade) as part of program "8th Annual New York Jewish Film Festival" January 17-27, 1999.)