Jean Réno by Elodie Caroline

La passante du sans-sourci

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La passante du sans-sourci - Filmcover - Jean Reno

Aka... La Passante, The Passerby, and as Die Spaziergängerin von Sans-Souci, in West germany.

This film was taken from the book of the same name and was actually published in 1936. It is probably the very first book that ever mentioned the Nazi concentration camps:

Each and every day at first light a writer sees a woman, Elsa Wiener, going by Montmartre, and is soon to learn that she has fled Nazi Germany. Elsa's husband Michel is is still in Germany, locked up in one of the concentration camps there. Elsa sings in a nightclub to earn her living. She has a small boy called Max with her, he is a little Jewish boy, and he has been made disabled by the Germans. The auther is slowly falling in love with Elsa but wonders if what he feels is real?

Cast and Director:

Romy Schneider ... Elsa Wiener/Lina Baumstein
Michel Piccoli ... Max Baumstein
Helmut Griem ... Michel Wiener
Dominique Labourier ... Charlotte Maupas
Gérard Klein ... Maurice Bouillard
Mathieu Carrière ... Ruppert/Frederico
Jacques Martin ... Marcel
Wendelin Werner ... Young Max

Director: Jaques Rouffic

All pictures belong to their respective owners with gratitude. All text belongs to me.