AU REVOIR, LES ENFANTS
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Winner of the Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion Award for 1987, Louis Malle's Au revoir les enfants has been acclaimed as a masterpiece wherever it has been shown. One of the great filmmakers of our time, Malle both wrote and directed this delicate and heartbreaking portrait of a friendship -- between Julian, a Catholic boy, and his schoolmate Jean, one of several Jewish children being sheltered at a boarding school during the Nazi occupation of France. It is once a moving, unforgettable story and an evocation of a deeply personal formative experience in Malle's life.