Beginning in the summer of 1942, thousands of French Jews─men, women, and children─in German-occupied Paris were "rounded up" and detained in subhuman living quarters by all-too-willing Vichy officials before eventually being sent to Nazi extermination camps. Writer/director Rose Bosch's sobering depiction of one of the darkest chapters in French history stars Jean Reno as a Jewish doctor and Mélanie Laurent as a Protestant nurse trying to ease the detainees' suffering. 124 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: French Dolby Digital stereo; subtitles: English. In French with English subtitles.