Adieu Monsieur Haffmann

In 1942 Paris, a jeweler's assistant is looking to start a family with the woman he loves. When faced with German occupation, he comes to an agreement with his employer that will bring consequences for all involved.

"An excellent French wartime thriller." - Canberra Times

The legendary Daniel Auteuil gives one of his most superlative screen performances in the gripping new historical drama from writer/director Fred Cavayé, based on Jean-Philippe Daguerre's celebrated, multi Molière Award-winning play. Occupied Paris, 1941: all members of the Jewish community are instructed to come forward and identify themselves to authorities. Dedicated jeweler Joseph Haffmann (Auteuil), fearing the worst, arranges for his family to flee the city and offers his employee François Mercier (Gilles Lellouche) the chance to take over his store until the conflict subsides. But his own attempts to escape are thwarted, and Haffmann is forced to seek his assistant's protection. It's a risky proposition for both men, and one that Mercier's wife Blanche (a wonderful Sara Giraudeau) is skeptical of. As the couple move in to the Haffmann home, the agreement turns into a Faustian bargain, one that will forever change the fate of all...


"With this cast, it’s hardly necessary to say the performances are superb." - Sydney Morning Herald

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