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Black-market baby revealed at SSU tonight

Friday, March 4th, 2011 | Posted by

"L'Enfant" showing tonight and Sunday at SSU

Add a dash of French to your evening by attending the screening of “L’Enfant” (“The Child”) tonight at Sonoma State University.

The film is part of the Sonoma Film Institute’s current season and tells the story of Bruno — played by Jeremie Renier — who lives with his girlfriend and their baby while living off money resulting from various schemes and heists. One day, Bruno decides to sell his infant on the black market and the camera follows along as their story unfolds into one of furious motion and human redemption.

The 95-minute film, directed by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, is in French with English subtitles. The show starts at 7 p.m. tonight and can also be seen on Sunday, March 6, at 4 p.m. The movie will play in Warren Auditorium located in Ives Hall at SSU. If you park in lot “E” near the main entrance to the University off E. Cotati Avenue, Ives Hall is the building on the north side of the parking lot.

General admission prices range from $4 for SFI members and children under age 12, to $6 for general admission. Discounted rates are available when purchasing five films and for students, seniors and SSU faculty and staff.

Visit the SFI website for a complete listing of movies running through May, and for membership information.

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