The Maison Française presents two of Bertrand Tavernier’s films about World War I, selected in recognition of the 100-year anniversary of the war’s beginning: Capitaine Conan, on March 6, and Life and Nothing But (La Vie et rien d'autre).
Screening followed by a Q & A with director Bertrand Tavernier
1989, 135 min
In 1920, France, with a quarter of its territory destroyed, is licking its wounds and starting reconstruction. Two young women from different social backgrounds are trying to find the man they love who has disappeared in the turmoil.
Co-sponsored by the Columbia Maison Française and the School of the Arts
Columbia Maison Francaise
515 W. 116th street, Buell Hall, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10027
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