Louise’s Diary – 1942

During the German Occupation of France, Sarah Rosenblum was young, beautiful, and in love – with an SS officer who provides false identity papers to Jews. Sarah lives under the protection of Huguette, a generous cabaret singer and resistance worker. In her house, this unlikely couple can give free rein to their love affair. Unwittingly, they awaken the jealousy of another resident: Robert, a 16-year-old voyeur. Meanwhile, the Nazis are tightening security. This thriller is based upon a true story of love and betrayal.http://www.austinjff.org/2011%20Films/Louise%20Diary%201942/Louises%20Diary%201942.html

Original title:
Les amours secrètes
85 minutes

Shown at

  1. 9th Annual Austin Jewish Film Festival - 2011

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