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Film Review: MONSIEUR LAZHAR is a lesson in healing





Shot in Inwood, Manhattan’s most northern neighborhood, our spectacular host, Stefanie Alleyne, joins today’s panelists, Erin Parks, a digital media professional; Patrice Francois, a screenwriter and actress; and Carmen Lee Shue, a veteran real estate agent; at “Inwood Local,” a splendid wine bar and beer garden, to review and discuss the Canadian indie favorite and an 2012 Oscar nominated film for Best Foreign Film, “Monsieur Lazhar.”


“Monsieur Lazhar,” is the fourth film by Canadian writer and director, Philippe Falardeau. It is based on a stage play written by Evelyne de la Cheneliere. The story takes place during a snowy winter in a public school in Montreal, Quebec where a class of sixth graders are coming to terms Continue reading