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“my most favorite film!!”

Written on: 26/07/2013

This film takes place in German occupied Paris in 1942 and present-day Paris. An American journalist investigates into a little girl who lived in Paris then. The girl's name is Sarah. This story alternates between Sarah's life in 1942 and the journalist resaerching the story in 2009. This film mainly asks us 2 things. Is it a good thing to research information which nobody will be happy? And if yu were there, what could you do? Probably almost everybody including me wouldn't be able to do… Read Full Review

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“In the summer 1942 under the Nazi occupation orders,...”

Written on: 22/05/2009 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

In the summer 1942 under the Nazi occupation orders, the French gendarme violently arrest Jewish families. Amongst those brutally rounded up is ten year old Sarah and her parents Wladyslaw and Rywka Starzynski. Before Sarah is grabbed, she hides her four years old younger brother Michel inside the apartment's cupboard expecting to return rather shortly to free him.

On the sixtieth anniversary of the intolerance dark Vel'd'Hivs, fortyish American expatriate journalist Julia Jarmond is… Read Full Review

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