Based on actual events, Annette Zelman, an art student living in Paris in the early 1940s, and her Catholic classmate, Jean, fall in love and dream of the life they could build together. What follows is a tale of love and resistance that plumbs the depths of human passion, prejudice, and betrayal.
7pm ET | In-Person at Union Terminal
2023 ∙ Drama ∙ 93 minutes ∙ French ∙ Philippe Le Guay
Ticket includes a closing night reception.
The Holocaust & Humanity Center museum will be open from 5 – 7pm for closing night ticket holders.
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