FRIT-F375 Un VIllage Francais Episode 6 Notes
FRIT-F375 Un VIllage Francais Episode 6 Notes FRIT-F375
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Date Created: 09/16/16
Episode 6- Coup de Froid (le 11 novembre 1940) Marcel preparing fliers, Gustave writing letter to Pétain o Suzanne arrives, will be late for work if they deliver fliers o High risk of being caught o Keeps truth from Gustave (predictably) o Gustave used new sheet of paper for letter- one of Marcle’s fliers Fliers won’t fit into newspaper stacks- rush to get done Neighbor called for Daniel, Marchetti offers to go instead New principal, sergeant of Pétain come to letter reading at school o Gustave comes in, almost shows letter with communist propaganda on back Raymond and Marie sleeping (sawmill), see Marcel come to get string o Marie suddenly wants to leave Daniel and Hortense go to soup ration o Deputy Prefect gives speech about solidarity of French state to people needing national assistance o Mentions “Verdun conquerer” (?) o Daniel gets news that Camille (?) died- Marchetti waiting for official doctor’s word Hortense offers to go instead- Daniel must wait for von Ritter o Von Ritter arrives- gets upset about “unapproved patriotic gathering” Orders guarding of War Memorial in town square Fliers ready- Marcel doesn’t want to risk being seen with Suzanne Some students absent from letter reading o Foulquier praises liberated France while talking to children Marcel comes to work, Raymond suspicious of him o Lies that he was taking cigarettes Hortense meets Marchetti at Camille’s (old man’s) house o Think he died of cold- slept with window open o Hortense writes letter of death notification to Annette (relative) o Marchetti mentions being happy at their house- Hortense seems polite but flat-spoken o Newspaper arrives, Marchetti sees communist flier Foulquier mocks Lucienne because a student asked Marshal for chocolate for Christmas Marchetti working out when fliers were inserted o Germans will retaliate against Daniel/de Kervern/Marchetti o Wants to investigate Suzanne o Due to “Out with the Krauts,” unsure if communist or not o Mentions Marcel being implicated as communist in 1936- Daniel blows him off saying it was a long time ago Letter reading is to select one to actually send to Marshal o Inspector likes Gustave’s letter o Sergeant burns letter because of flier- inspector didn’t notice (?); says it was bad propaganda to say Germans/French soldiers should be in their own countries Comrade (Edmond?) tells Marcel police suspect Suzanne o Marcel says his fliers have nothing to do with the Party Raymond gets angry with Jeannine- got letter from her father asking him to fire Marie/Lorrain o He owns business o Raymond insists he had “passing” affair he regrets o Jeannine wants him to fire her o Angry (?) sex Marcel watches Suzanne get arrested o Marchetti locks her into false story o Lady that gave out soup saw Suzanne arrive late o Admits to delivering papers late, not adding fliers o Locks her in cell Principal doesn’t understand why Gustave’s letter was burned o Lucienne knows, doesn’t say o Sergeant notices her walking in schoolyard Marchetti threatens Mme. Morvandieu if she doesn’t say everything about Suzanne o Suzanne’s husband in POW camp o Admits she saw Suzanne talking with Marcel Raymond swears he won’t see Marie anymore o Doesn’t want to fire her o Marchetti comes to talk about Marcel Says his printing press (used for fliers) was looted Raymond refuses to be implicated Won’t give Marcel up as communist, not even irregular activity Raymond reprimands Marcel at sawmill o Doesn’t want him using mill’s supplies De Kervern not on investigation of Marcel- talks to Mme. Morhange o If he were on it, would not risk finding culprits (??) Marcel suddenly takes Gustave out of school o Lucienne gets principal (M. Bériot) o Leaving Gustave behind with Daniel- fleeing o Marcel won’t tell Daniel anything- just wants to leave Gustave and go Marcel quickly packing things o Sees Marchetti looking his way outside o Caught with everything on him Suzanne denies knowing Marcel o Bring Marcel in, try to get confession o Marcel takes fall for everything, says he used Suzanne as mistress to get access to post office (where she works) Marchetti discusses Marcel’s arrest at dinner with Daniel, Hortense, Gustave o Tells them he confessed o Suzanne will get lectured but not punished; Marcel 6 months minimum
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