The Jewish Cardinal (Le métis de Dieu) by Ilan Duran Cohen (France, 2012, 90 min.). This is the amazing true story of Jean-Marie Lustiger, the son of Polish-Jewish immigrants, who maintained his cultural identity as a Jew even after converting to Catholicism, and later joining the priesthood. Quickly rising within the ranks of the Church, Lustiger was appointed Archbishop of Paris by Pope John Paul II—and found a new platform to celebrate his dual identity as a Catholic Jew, earning him both friends and enemies from both groups. When Carmelite nuns decide to build a convent within the walls of Auschwitz, Lustiger finds himself a mediator between the two communities—and may be forced at last to choose his side. In French with English subtitles.