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Oct 11

6 p.m. @ James J. Johnson Auditorium, Wall College of Business
Free

The Office of International Programs and Services
Foreign Film Series
SARAH’S KEY
Thursday, Oct. 11, 6 p.m.
James J. Johnson Auditorium, Wall College of Business 

Alternating between modern day and WWII-era Paris, the French film Sarah’s Key (2010-Rated PG-13) is about a woman’s inquiry into the history of her father’s childhood home as well as the horrors that the Vichy government perpetrated against the Jewish population of France. She uncovers the story of Sarah Starzynski and her fight to escape her Nazi captors and return to her house in order to save her hidden younger brother. Sponsored by the Office of International Programs and the Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values, which will host a discussion of ethical questions raised by the film.

Admission: Free (no ticket required)  

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