The story and letters of the French school teacher, Gabrielle Russier, who committed suicide after being sentenced for having an affair with one of her younger students during the turmoil of May 1968. Based on the publication by Alfred Knopf, edited from the introduction by Mavis Gallant, and read by Miriam Bjerre and Barbara Morris Freed. Produced and directed by Ruth Hirschman, technical production by Bruce Gossard.
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