A Love to Hide (Un Amour à Taire)
Betrayed by a smuggler who promises freedom from Nazi-occupied Paris, a family is slaughtered by the SS. Sara, a young Jewish girl, is the only surviving member, who finds herself hiding in the home of her childhood friend, Jean. However, there is something that Jean is hiding as well, his lover Philippe.
This is a tale of a family ripped apart by ambition, a people desperate to survive, and a love, that will survive the greatest hate known to this world.
Winner of a number of audience and jury awards at film festivals across North America, including a Best Feature award at Toronto's Inside Out Festival, and numerous screenings at Jewish film festivals, this compelling drama exposes a subject matter rarely explored in cinema, the tragedy of the gay experience during the Holocaust.
French with English subtitles