Bon Voyage

Synopsis: A young Scottish RAF gunner is debriefed by French officials about his escape from occupied territory, and in particular one person who may or may not have been a German agent.
Genre: Short, War
Director(s): Alfred Hitchcock
Actors: John Blythe
 
IMDB:
6.3
TV-G
Year:
1944
26 min
19 Views

What are you doing here?

Don't worry, young men.

We're friends.

But, you were in the caf.

We followed you.

But why have you come back?

- To...

- To hide your handiwork.

Don't worry,

we took care of it.

By the way,

you did a good job.

- He'll not wake again.

- He was a Vichy spy.

Thank you

for the information, son,

but what were you thinking

in the caf earlier?

- You're crazy!

- Smoking an English cigarette?

You think it's a packet of Gauloises?

What are you both doing here?

We're prisoners of war.

We want to get to England.

No, it's not true!

My poor boy, you're English!

Scottish. RAF.

- What?

- R-A-F

That's how they pronounce

RAF over there.

- You're a pilot?

- Air gunner.

Do you think we could get

something to eat?

My poor boy, but I thought

you had plenty to eat in England.

Yes, Madame, but it's been a year

since I was last there.

Ah, that's why he's hungry.

Tell me, sir. Could you could do

something for us?

Of course,

but take care not to be seen.

There's a curfew, you know.

We could sleep here,

to wait, maybe.

No, boys.

It's best to leave right away.

- Leave, where to?

- Listen.

It's 1.15am.

I'll tell you what to do.

Go back to the Montigny road.

Follow it for 2 km

until you get to a bridge.

Got it? Right.

There you'll find

a small stream.

Follow it along the left bank.

It will take you

behind a large farm. Got it?

The road to Montigny for 2km,

a small bridge,

the stream on the left

up to a large farm. Got it.

Right. In the cowshed,

you'll find two bicycles.

I'll phone to arrange that.

And something to eat,

in a small parcel.

Thank you very much,

madame.

And in the handlebars

of the second bicycle,

you'll find a piece of paper

with all the directions you need.

Understood? Right.

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