Recommended for A2 and equivalent level French.
Capacity: 158 places
Isabelle Vanderschelden will use Claude Miller’s UN SECRET as a springboard for language exercises and discussion in this interactive study session. Students will be encouraged to participate in debates and discussion following the screening.
Topics to be addressed include: racism, integration, social exclusion, childhood, family and relationships and World War II.
Led by Isabelle Vanderschelden, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Screening: UN SECRET 15
Director: Claude Miller, France, 2008, 102 mins. In French with English subtitles.
UN SECRET tells the story of François, his strained early relationship with his parents and the family secret revealed to him when he is 14. Crossing decades and folding in several narratives about childhood, romance and the Nazi occupation of France, this moving and visually impressive film confirms Claude Miller’s reputation as one of France’s finest directors.