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
26 min

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,


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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Jean-Paul Rappeneau

Jean-Paul Rappeneau (born 8 April 1932) is a French film director and screenwriter. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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