This movie (called "Oorlogswinter" in Dutch) is a Dutch film. It's about a 14 year old boy, named Michiel, living in the Netherlands during the last year of the German occupation of World War 2. His father is the mayor of the small village and seems to be collaborating with the Germans. His Uncle comes to stay with them and seems to be in the Dutch Resistance. Michiel comes to help a downed English pilot escape the Germans and make his way back to England.
It is a really good story that is unlike many war movies made around the world. The things you think are true are not always so. One thing that I really liked is that the Dutch speak Dutch, the Germans speak German and the English speak English (so many movies have them all speaking English with British accents even when a Dutch person is speaking to another Dutchmen.) This is how it would have really happened during the war. Of course in the movie there are scenes where a Dutch person speaks in German to a German or speaks English to the English, but that would have been realistic as well since the Dutch are known to learn and speak several languages fluently.
I was really impressed with this movie and would recommend it to others.