We Were One Man
Guy is trying to live a simple life during World War II. He resides in a small farmhouse outside a sleepy village in France. He has almost no friends. One day he stumbles across Rolf, an injured German soldier. Guy brings Rolf home and nurses him back to health. While convalescing, a relationship slowly builds between the two men. They frolic naked in the woods and swim in the stream. Thin, boyish Guy is a contrast to the blond, hard-bodied Rolf. A passion stirs between the two young men. Their lives intertwine, each happy to be sheltered until the war asserts itself back into their lives. A celebrated film, though the source materials, (and, thus, the picture quality) are less than ideal, unfortunately.