Judy Levis Krug Boca Raton Virtual Jewish Film Festival

The Story of Annette Zelman

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Romeo and Juliet in 1942. She was Jewish. He was Catholic. Annette and Jean wanted to get married, but Jean’s parents were opposed. Annette Zelman was reported to the Gestapo by her fiancé’s father and was sent to Auschwitz. She never returned. Based on a true story recounted in the book ‘Dénoncer les Juifs sous l'Occupation’ (Informing on Jews during the Occupation) by Laurent Joly.


Sponsored by Dale & Edward Filhaber.  

  • Year
    2022
  • Runtime
    93 minutes
  • Language
    French w/subtitles
  • Country
    France
  • Premiere
    Palm Beach County
  • Director
    Philippe Le Guay
  • Screenwriter
    Emmanuel Salinger
  • Cast
    Vassili Schneider, Ilona Bachelier, Julie Gayet, Laurent Lucas
  • Cinematographer
    Pénélope Pourriat
  • Editor
    Monica Coleman