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Thursday, October 27, 2011
PAST: FILM: French Film "Les Anges du Péché, from 1943, screens at the National Gallery of Art this SAT, March 3rd, 2:00pm - 3:40pm, Free
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"Anne-Marie, a novice in the Sisters of Bethany convent, has to confront her own bourgeois background and immature moral character when she takes on the rehabilitation of the delinquent Thérèse, imprisoned for crimes committed by a lover. Completed while the German army was still occupying France, Les Anges du Péché was written in part by the noted dramatist Jean Giraudoux." (1943, 35 mm, French with subtitles, 100 min)