24Jan2:50 pmEST

Saturday Night at Market Chess Cinemas

au-revoir-les-enfants-1987-01 An excellent World War II/Holocaust film that does not get nearly the credit it deserves is the Louis Malle-directed French masterpiece, Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987). This gritty and gripping film follows a French boarding school run by priests that seems to be isolated from WWII. That all changes when a secret emerges that one of the boys is Jewish. It is an autobiographical film, written, produced, and directed by the great Malle.  

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