In 1929, Bernard Natan took over Pathé, modernised the film industry and produced films. Continually attacked by the press, he became France's most hated Jew. Ruined, stripped of French nationality by Vichy, he died in Auschwitz in 1942. We look back at the "Dreyfus Affair" of the pre-war film industry.

Directed by: Francis Gendron (France, 2018)

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