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The Club Scannán Sailearna committee are currently planning the Autumn 2020 season.

Given the challenging and uncertain context in which we find ourselves things are going to be different but we are confident that with the appropriate planning our members can enjoy another successful season of films in the Seanscoil.

As we plan a way forward we would like to hear the views of as many current and past club members as possible.

If you would your views taken into account please take a few minutes to complete this short survey in which you can share your thoughts. 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XNXLLCQ

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Sarah’s Key

(Elle s'appelait Sarah)

Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner
France 2011
111 minutes
Cert: Club
Moving gracefully across the decades and people's hidden histories, Gilles Paquet-Brenner's Sarah's Key relates a highly emotional yet unsentimental story about a Paris-based journalist digging into a Holocaust story that she discovers has a connection to her own family.

The movie gathers momentum with a steady, assured pace, accumulating incidents, characters, secrets and lies until the rush of events is absolutely transfixing. Cinema can sometimes rival the novel in compulsive intensity and Sarah's Key is one such example.