The Notebook

Poster for The Notebook Twin siblings enduring the harshness of WWII in a village on the Hungarian border hedge their survival on studying and learning from the evil surrounding them.

112 minutes
Janos Szasz

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  1. jewishfilmfests says:

    An Unforgettable New Hungarian Film
    “Hungarian director János Szász’s film, The Notebook, is about World War II, but the only fighting in it isn’t between soldiers—it’s between twin boys whose parents decide to secret them away to their grandmother’s house in a remote part of Hungary until the war’s end. The boys are inseparable—the film opens with the sound of their breathing as they sleep side by side—and until they cross their grandmother’s threshold, wrapped in a cocoon of their parents’ love.”

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