Synopsis by Caroline Griswold
In Nazi-occupied France, a Jewish man named Roman (Patrick Bruel) urges his two young sons, Maurice (Batyste Fleurial) and Joseph (Dorian Le Clech), to escape by themselves in the hope that they will avoid being captured. As the brothers continue their dangerous journey through France, they become determined to reassemble their family. This adaptation of Joseph Joffo’s 1973 memoir of the same name was directed by Christian Duguay.
brotherhood, escape, France, Holocaust