There is nothing special about the plot, but the movie flows beautifully and at some points it is very touching. Little Julien loves to play piano, but his father doesn't like the idea and wants him to help him at the printing house. One day, in an abandoned steel-house, Julien finds an old piano and an old man called Benjamin, a Jewish who has lost his wife and parents in Auschwitz, agrees to teach him. His friend Rosine, becomes his alibi. Rosine tells Julien's parents they are studying together, while in fact he is taking the piano lesson. Later Julian hears rumors that it was his grand-father who reported Benjamin and his family to the militia. The ending is beautiful and makes this a nice show to watch for the whole family.
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