A highly-successful Dutch WW2 drama based on a children's book, but substantially rewritten for mature audiences. As Nazis occupy a rural Hamlet, a boy must decide how to deal with an injured allied pilot in hiding nearby without crossing his collaborationist father. Well-paced , competently performed, and expertly filmed, it has the look and feel of a major Hollywood release. The sense of a young adult novel is clearly the underlying structure, but several events are delivered with the severe impact of a serious period piece. In addition to some subtle red herrings, it comes with a brilliant twist at the end. Drawbacks in the form of plot holes are apparent, but tend to be minor. With its Spielberg-ian feel, it's no wonder that it outperformed both "Twilight" and "The Dark Knight Rises" in the Netherlands.