Recent Changes

Thursday, January 14

  1. page Setting edited Setting ... away to a concentration camp. Auschwitz. {screenshot-493086.jpg}
    Setting
    ...
    away to a concentration camp.Auschwitz.
    {screenshot-493086.jpg}
    (view changes)
    9:12 am

Wednesday, January 13

  1. page Characters edited ... {jean.jpg} Jean Bonnet/Kippelstein (played by Raphael Fejto) is a young Jewish boy who is hidi…
    ...
    {jean.jpg} Jean Bonnet/Kippelstein (played by Raphael Fejto) is a young Jewish boy who is hiding at the school from the Nazis. He takes the last name Bonnet and pretends to be a Protestant. He is smart, attentive, and enjoys reading just like Julien. Jean and Julien form a close bond and become very close friends. We learn at the end of the movie that Jean is killed in a concentration camp.
    {mom.jpg} Mme. Quentin (played by Francine Racette) is Julien and Francois's mother. She admits at the restaurant that she infact does not dislike Jews and doesn't understand why it is necessary that they be persecuted.
    ...
    the French policemanpolicemen of being
    {perejean.jpg} Father Jean (played by Philippe Morier-Genoud) is a monk and the headmaster of the school. He illegally sneaks three Jewish boys into the school in hopes of saving them from the Nazis. He is also taken away by the Nazis and later dies in a labor camp.
    {joseph.jpg} Joseph (played by Francois Negret) is the kitchen hand who is accused of trading the school's supplies in the black market. Due to the fact that he is fired from his job, he reveals to the Nazis that there are Jews hiding in the school.
    (view changes)
    12:02 pm
  2. page Setting edited Setting Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes ta…
    Setting
    Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes take place in various parts of France (the train station in Paris, the woods near the school, and the restaurant) the main setting of Au Revoir, Les Enfants is St. John of the Cross, a French Roman Catholic boarding school located near Fontainebleau. St. John of the Cross was a temporary safe haven for a few young Jews who were in hiding from the Nazis during the Holocaust. The school was run by Father Jean who was illegally hiding the boys by changing their names and lying about their religious backgrounds. The school served as a sense of hope and friendship, even though the three Jewish boys are eventually captured and taken away to a concentration camp.
    {file:///Users/s10eyost/Desktop/screenshot-493086.png}
    {screenshot-493086.jpg}
    (view changes)
    9:09 am
  3. page Setting edited ... Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes take p…
    ...
    Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes take place in various parts of France (the train station in Paris, the woods near the school, and the restaurant) the main setting of Au Revoir, Les Enfants is St. John of the Cross, a French Roman Catholic boarding school located near Fontainebleau. St. John of the Cross was a temporary safe haven for a few young Jews who were in hiding from the Nazis during the Holocaust. The school was run by Father Jean who was illegally hiding the boys by changing their names and lying about their religious backgrounds. The school served as a sense of hope and friendship, even though the three Jewish boys are eventually captured and taken away to a concentration camp.
    {file:///Users/s10eyost/Desktop/screenshot-493086.png}
    {screenshot-493086.jpg}
    (view changes)
    9:09 am
  4. 8:59 am
  5. page Setting edited ... Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes take p…
    ...
    Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes take place in various parts of France (the train station in Paris, the woods near the school, and the restaurant) the main setting of Au Revoir, Les Enfants is St. John of the Cross, a French Roman Catholic boarding school located near Fontainebleau. St. John of the Cross was a temporary safe haven for a few young Jews who were in hiding from the Nazis during the Holocaust. The school was run by Father Jean who was illegally hiding the boys by changing their names and lying about their religious backgrounds. The school served as a sense of hope and friendship, even though the three Jewish boys are eventually captured and taken away to a concentration camp.
    {file:///Users/s10eyost/Desktop/screenshot-493086.png}
    {screenshot-493086.png}
    (view changes)
    8:57 am
  6. page Setting edited Setting Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes ta…
    Setting
    Au Revoir, Les Enfants is set in war-torn France during the 1940s. Although some scenes take place in various parts of France (the train station in Paris, the woods near the school, and the restaurant) the main setting of Au Revoir, Les Enfants is St. John of the Cross, a French Roman Catholic boarding school located near Fontainebleau. St. John of the Cross was a temporary safe haven for a few young Jews who were in hiding from the Nazis during the Holocaust. The school was run by Father Jean who was illegally hiding the boys by changing their names and lying about their religious backgrounds. The school served as a sense of hope and friendship, even though the three Jewish boys are eventually captured and taken away to a concentration camp.
    {file:///Users/s10eyost/Desktop/screenshot-493086.png}
    {screenshot-493086.png}
    (view changes)
    8:56 am

More