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Sarah's Key
In the midst of researching an article about the roundup of Jews that took place in Paris in 1942, American-born journalist Julia Jarmond (Kristin Scott Thomas) uncovers a sobering connection between her story and the home she shares with her boorish French husband (Frederic Pierrot). Gilles Paquet-Brenner directs this gripping drama based on a bestselling novel of the same name that was inspired by actual events.
Synopsis compliments of Netflix
A somber film but very well done--enjoyed it even more than the book, which rarely happens for me. Acting by the young girl--Melusine Mayance--is beyond amazing. Scott Thomas does her usual superb job, although I enjoy her more as a Brit.
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