Perhaps the best known film by French director Louis Malle.
Winner of a Golden Lion in the 1987 Venice Festival and nominated for Best Foreign Language Film the same year, 'Au revoir les enfants' is, perhaps, Louis Malle’s best known film and a project that the director had wanted to make for more than twenty years. Malle returned to France after a decade to shoot what was to become one of the best-known portrayals of Nazi-occupied France.
The film is the focus of the next Thursday night classics cycle at Cinemes Verdi, which aims to bring back to the screen a series of classic films from past eras. For example, on the 31st of March, cinemagoers will be able to enjoy a double feature with Aventure malgache and Bon voyage (1944), both by Alfred Hitchcock, while the 7th of April sees the screening of Jamaica Inn (1939), also by Hitchcock.
Thursday night classics cycle
When: 31 March & 7 April
Where: Cinemes Verdi
For further information, check out the Cinemes Verdi website.
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