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Film Fridays With Tom & Gillian

Friday, September 25, 2020 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Film Fridays with Tom & Gillian provides a virtual community space facilitated by Enoch Pratt librarians to gather and discuss chosen films. All the titles we are showing will be available from Kanopy or Hoopla, which patrons can access using their Enoch Pratt library card.  

Fathers & Sons:
Join us today with our guest host Anne Bengochea of the Alliance Francaise Baltimore, as she discusses  two French films looking at frayed family relationships, specifically the father-son bond.

  • YOU WILL BE MY SON (2011)
    In French with English subtitles
    In this character-driven drama by Gilles Legrand, Paul de Marseul is the passionate, demanding proprietor of his prestigious family vineyard. But he has no faith in his son, Martin. Paul dreams of a harder-working, successful son - a dream that one day seemingly materializes when he meets Philippe, the son of his dying estate manager. Can Paul turn against his own blood and turn Philippe into the rightful heir of his family estate? Click here to watch the trailer.

    A KID: LE FILS DE JEAN (2016)
    In French with English subtitles
    When Parisian Matthieu finds out that the father he never knew has died, he decides to go to his funeral in Quebec in order to meet his two siblings. But once in Montreal, he realizes that nobody is aware of his existence or even interested in it. Director Philippe Lioret's story of redemption and happiness was nominated for Best Actor (Pierre Deladonchamps) and Best Supporting Actor (Gabriel Arcand) at the Cesar Awards. Click here to watch the trailer.

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PIN: ‪932 205 451#‬

  • Dagmar Niebur
  • Constance Breeden
  • Philippe Dormegnie
  • Sha Zhan

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