Monday, April 9 | 7:30 PM
France/Sweden/Lebanon, not rated, 99 minutes
Directed by Danielle Arbid
Starring Charles Berling
A romance between a voluptuous young married singer and a French attorney whose Syria-based company is accused of spying. Banned in Lebanon because of its mention of the assassination of one of Lebanon’s ex-prime ministers was considered a security breach.
Speaker: Franck Salameh, Assistant Professor of Near Eastern Studies at Boston College and author of Language Memory and Identity in the Middle East: The Case for Lebanon
Part of the Francophonie Celebration of New England
Thanks to the American Friends of Sesobel, a pioneer and leading institution
serving the special needs of physically and mentally disabled children and their families in Lebanon.
All films are shown at the Studio Cinema at 376 Trapelo Road in Belmont, Massachusetts, unless specified.
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