LCFF Le chemin du bonheur
LCFF Le chemin du bonheur
Saül Birnbaum is a “hidden child”, who, at the age of six, was separated from his parents to escape the Holocaust. He was sent away by the so-called “Kindertransport”. In 1986, Saül is on the path to recovery: he has opened a delicatessen unlike any other, where movies are shown every day. Saül and his protégé, Joakin, a young Chilean director who fled from Pinochet’s dictatorship, decide to write the story of Saül’s childhood and turn it into a film, allowing both of them to “heal” just a little more. However, love comes knocking on Saül’s door, forcing him to confront his past.
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