Paris, 1942 and Nazi Germany is tightening its grip on occupied France. Thousands of Jewish families are being sent to camps outside the city. Meanwhile, Jean is doing what he can to help his family get by. However, his greatest secret is also his biggest liability – his boyfriend Philippe has risky connections with forgery artists. One day, Jean’s Jewish school friend Sarah comes begging for help, her family have been murdered and he is her only hope. The couple agree to take her into hiding, but with the Nazis hot on their trail, they must do everything they can to avoid being sent to the camps. ‘A Love to Hide’ is a gripping portrayal of wartime prejudices and the lengths people will go to be reunited with their loved ones.
Engrossing tale of WW2 France
- A Love to Hide review by JR
This is an engrossing story of a family and friends caught up in events in France during the German occupation in the Second World War. Without giving the plot away , It is moving, and ultimately tragic. Very good period atmosphere. Throughly recommended.
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