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Princeton French Film Festival | Book Discussion on Laetitia Colombani’s bestseller “The Braid”

Tue, 4/9 · 7:00 pm8:30 pm · Princeton Public Library (2nd Floor Conference Room)

Princeton Film Festival; Princeton Public Library

In preparation for the Princeton French Film Festival that will open with the award-winning adapted cinematic version, you’re invited to a convivial conversation in English on Laetitia Colombani’s international bestseller at the Princeton Public Library.

Since its original publication in 2017, The Braid (French: La Tresse) became a highly-acclaimed novel translated into numerous languages and read by millions worldwide thanks to its touching story: three women from very different circumstances around the world find their lives intertwined by a single object and discover what connects us—across cultures, across backgrounds, and across borders.

Whether you read it or heard about it – or even are just curious about it -, feel free to join us on Tuesday, April 9th from 7:00 PM at the Princeton Public Library (2nd floor, Conference Room) to share a casual moment with free food and drinks! Free and open to everyone upon registration.

More information about the Princeton French Film Festival can be found on our website.

Organized in partnership with the Princeton Public Library.

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