Suffice it to say that it was a well-done, poignant movie. I kept thinking about my great-grandfather Julius, a German soldier who died on the last day of the war, 11 November 1981, after the armistice was signed.
This image below was one of the end pieces of the film as the credits rolled. The kitty was either called Felix (by the Germans) or Nestor (by the French). The "real" name was Nestor, since one of the French soldiers knew the farm on which the trenches ran--and the cat--from before the war.
Of course, I have always maintained that it's the wrong phrasing to say, for example, "What's the cat's name?" since we can never know what any animal calls itself, which would be the real name.