The Search w/ Montgomery Clift and Ivan Jandl. This is an excellent post war movie that depicts D.Ps Children (Displaced Persons) who are now being taken care of by Allied Authorities and who are also trying to help reconnect them with any living family members and such. Montgomery Clift portrays a G.I. by the name of Steve--who by accident--finds (Karol) Ivan Jandl) while he is having his lunch somewhere in the rubble of a German city. Steve takes the kid in and eventually teaches him English and who also wants to adopt the child and take him back to the States. However, the child remembers he has a Mother and he decides he wants to try finding her and runs away to do so but Steve finds him and convinces him to come with him. Well, it turns out that "Jim's" Mother happens to be working for the UNRRA - which is the Organization trying to help these DP children out by finding them their families and such) and the lady just resigned her job-was deciding to take a train and start looking for her son but at the last moment decides to stay and help with the new batch of DP kids who are arriving. By chance-the kid looks at his Mother who is taking charge of a large group of new D.Ps and the kid looks at her-doesnt recognize her-but she sees him, thinks a second and recognizes him and calls his name. The rest is history.