French Film Series: "Trois Soldats Allemands"
Sat, April 12, 2014 • 3:00 PM • Harry Ransom Center
Trois Soldats Allemands (2001)
Directed in 2001 by François Caillat, Trois soldats allemands is a documentary that explores the identity of the Lorraine region through the destiny of both civilians and soldiers living in Sarrebourg at the time of the three Franco-German wars. Starting from Le Haut-G'hor estate where the corpse of a German soldier was exhumed in 1951, Trois soldats allemands traces the link between characters who were tied to the house and whose lives were torn between France and Germany.
Introduced by University of Texas Assistant Instructor of French, Clemence Ozel.
Runtime 75 minutes.
This screening is made possible by the French Embassy's Centers of Excellence grant, in partnership with the Center for European Studies, the Harry Ransom Center, Institut Français and the Department of French and Italian.