A Love to Hide
A Love To HideA Love To Hide

A Love To Hide (Un amour à taire)

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ActorsJérémie Renier, Louise Monot, Bruno Todeschini

DirectorChristian Faure

From Gay Essential

A Love to Hide (Un amour à taire), directed by Christian Faure , won Best Screenplay, Best Young Actor and Best Young Actress at Luchon International Film Festival. Filmed in Sofia in Bulgaria, the screenplay was written by Pascal Fontanille and Samantha Mazeras. The film stars Jérémie Renier, Louise Monot and Bruno Todeschini. Read More Here

“Director Christian Faure's made-for-French-TV Un Amour à Taireis not only head/shoulders above the majority of American TV telepics but is on par with any number of passion- and intrigue-laden French WWII period flicks, sharing their great production values and perhaps overly discrete penchant for melodramatic plot lines.”
   Bret McCabe, Baltimore City Paper

“Occasionally over-rigged in script and direction, the meller, from helmer Christiane Faure, nonetheless provides a stirring tale of gay male lovers in the Nazi era.”
   Dennis Harvey, Variety

“There are certainly many films that have been made about the Holocaust, many of them excellent, but A Love to Hide is one of the best, if only for its unique perspective. It also stays away from the plaintive violin-driven score that so many films of this genre use, which gives it a fresh appeal. And its message – that love comes in many forms – is truly timeless..”
   Lacey Worrell, DVD Talk

Features:

  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Peccadillo Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 13 April 2009
  • Run Time: 100 minutes

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    The story may be fiction but the events portrayed give a chilling insight into what it must have been like to be gay in nazi occupied Paris

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