Tag Archives: Kristin Scott Thomas

Suite Française

As a francophile, of course I read Suite Française (sweet frahn-sez), by Irène Némirovsky, when it came out in 2004. The author was working on a series of five novels when she was arrested because she was a Jew living in … Continue reading

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Mettre la clé sous la porte

I saw Sarah’s Key last night, starring the always impressive Kristin Scott Thomas. The movie tells the story of the impact of the Vel d’Hiv Roundup on a Jewish family in Paris, and the impact on a modern day family. … Continue reading

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