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White Mane

White Mane

Albert Lamorisse (1952)

PG Certificate


Our Score
Winner of the Prix Jean Vigo, Albert Lamorisse's third film may not be as well known as The Red Balloon, but it is still a charming study of the all-too-fleeting wonder of childhood. Young Alain Emery gives a spirited performance as the kid whose daily routine of fishing and poaching with his grandfather is interrupted by the appearance of a proud white stallion, which defies all attempts by the local ranchers to capture it. With the Camargue marshlands emphasising the wildness of both the horse and his boy, this is a poetic and truly inspiring tribute to the beauty of nature.


In the Camargue in the south of France, a wild white stallion refuses to be caught by ranchers, yet is tamed by the love of a young boy. Short drama, directed by Albert Lamorisse and starring Alain Emery. In French.

Cast & Crew

Folco Alain Emery
TBC Pascal Lamorisse
TBC Frank Silvera
Director Albert Lamorisse

Other Information

Language: French Black and White


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