Entertainment has acquired North American rights to A
Love to Hide (Un Amour a Taire),
Christian Faure's French film that tied for the Audience
Award at this year's Outfest Film Festival in Los Angeles.
The film is a World War II love story about two gay
men that help hide a Jewish woman, ultimately leading
to their own deaths. The film explores the fate of
gays and lesbians in occupied France and the similarities to
the persecution suffered by the Jewish people.
depicts an important yet terrifying period in the
history of gay people and all others who suffered under
hatred and intolerance," said Picture This president
Douglas Witkins in TheHollywood Reporter. "It should be a permanent
and prominent component of everyone's film collection
so [that] as we celebrate our personal freedoms, we
never forget the not-too-distant past." (The
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