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Not Yet Rated| 2 hr. 4 min.

Plot Summary
During World War II, France's Vichy government takes part in the collection of 13,000 French Jews and holds them in various venues, including an indoor cycling stadium, before shipping them off to their deaths.

Cast: Jean Reno , Mélanie Laurent , Gad Elmaleh , Sylvie Testud , Anne Brochet , Raphaëlle Agogué , Hugo Leverdez , Joseph Weismann

Director: Roselyne Bosch

Genres: Historical drama

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Release Date: March 10th, 2010|2 hr. 4 min.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • A bankable cast, a hint of controversy and high production values may play in their favor commercially, but Bosch and her producer-husband Ilan Goldman have come dangerously close to making a feel-good movie about the Holocaust. show more

  • A big, sorrowful, dramatically trite period epic about a bleak chapter in the history of modern France. show more

  • Sentimentality may make the movie's agony more digestible, but its darkness resists any glossing over of what isn't only France's, but Europe's painful legacy. show more

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