French Film

October 15th, 2002 by Adam

The PSC International Film Series presents Sous La Stable (Under the Sand) at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 17.

The film is French and English with English subtitles.
Noted French filmmaker François Ozon uses this film to reflect on how the human mind plays with the emotions of death.

After 25 years of marriage Marie could not imagine her life without her husband, Jean., but during a day at the ocean Jean disappears into the rough waters and is never seen again. Marie cannot cope with the idea that her husband is gone forever. After a dinner party with friends, the people around her soon realize that Marie’s imagination enables her to go along in life as if nothing happened.

International films are hosted free of charge at the Frost Academic Commons on School Street in Plymouth. For information contact Peter Drexel, 535-2696.

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