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- Product Information1942. Joseph Weisman is 11 years old. On the morning of June 6, he must go to school with a yellow star stitched to his chest. The new anti-Jewish decree of the French government has come into force. Like all Jews in France, Jo learns that he is banned from parks, cinemas, fairgrounds and public gardens. Despite this, Jo and his family lead a happy life in Paris, until dawn on July 16, when this happiness is shattered. At 4am they are awakened by shouts and banging on doors as men in black uniforms burst into apartments. Jo and his family are hauled out of their beds and herded onto buses by French gendarmes. 13,000 Jews are crammed into the Winter Velodrome in Paris. This is the biggest round up in history and perpetrated by collaborating French police. The imprisoned Jews endure five days without water, food or healthcare. Dr Sheinbaum (Jean Reno) whom has been rounded up with all the others does what he can for the welfare of those around him. Annette Monod (Mlanie Laurent), a protestant Red Cross nurse, is appalled by the racism of her countrys government of collaborators and attempts to provide aid to the Jews as their ordeal continues.
- TitleThe Round Up
- Product Release Date31/08/2011
- Theatrical Release Year2010
- Number of Discs1
- ActorsAnne Brochet,Denis Menochet,Gad Elmaleh,Hugo Leverdez,Jean Reno,Jean-Michel Noirey,Joseph Weismann,Mathieu Di Concerto,Melanie Laurent,Oliver Cywie,Raphaelle Agogue,Rebecca Marder,Roland Cope,Romain Di Concerto,Sylvie Testud
- DirectorsRose Bosch
- Rating InfoTo Be Confirmed
- Run Time115 minutes
- Primary GenreDrama
- StudioMadman Films
- Aspect Ratio2.35:1
- Main Audio TypeDolby Digital
- Video FormatPAL
- Tag LineParis, July 16, 1942.
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