With it's nonlinear storytelling and gifted cast, Claude Miller's Holocaust film distinguishes itself from the other, more standard offerings in it's genre. Beginning with the German occupation of the 1940s, a SECRET bounces between decades in the 20th century, ending with it's protagonist, Frangois (Mathieu Amalric), as a grown man in the 1980s. Young Frangois came of age in the '50s and '60s, a scrawny only child who reflects nothing of his athletic parentage. His lovely mother, Tania (Cicile de France) is a former swimming champion and model, while his handsome father, Maxime (Patrick Bruel), still demonstrates considerable talent at gymnastics. Without any siblings, young Frangois invents an imaginary brother who joins him at the dinner table, much to his parents' dismay. Starring Ludivine Sagnier, Cecile de France, Mathieu Amalric, Julie Depardieu, Director Claude Miller Special Features: Widescreen Audio: (unspecified) English.