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French Film Festival: In Safe Hands (Pupille)

Fri, Mar 8 / 9 pm
Directed by Jeanne Herry
2018, France, 107 min
French with English subtitles

Abandoned at birth, baby Theo’s uncertain future lies in the hands of child welfare services. Jeanne (Sandrine Kiberlain) is given the responsibility of temporarily looking after  Theo while the members of the adoption agency have the difficult task of finding him a home. Alice (Élodie Bouchez), unable to have children of her own, has never stopped fighting to be a mother.


Alliance Française du Manitoba is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to teaching and promoting French and its diverse culture. For the 5th time, the Alliance Française’s French Film Festival, curated by Damien Ferland and Alan Nobili, will give Winnipeggers the opportunity to see a diverse selection of French feature-length movies.

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Here is a film that will take you from start to finish in the adoption process. It is a fictional story but very near real life. The casting is excellent...a beautiful film that cannot be missed.
-Dude The Cleaner
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