The Berlin Film Society is celebrating its 2nd anniversary by screening one of the greatest tales of tragic love in the history of cinema! The event will take place in a stunning 19th century church in Mitte on the traditional day of courtly love, Valentine's Day. Guests will be treated to a complimentary Lillet apéritif upon arrival. Named at Cannes as the greatest French film of all time, costing more than any French film before it, Les Enfants du Paradis ("Children of Paradise") was shot, somewhat incredibly, in Paris during the Nazi occupation and released in 1945. The leading Nouvelle Vague director François Truffaut once said: "I would give up all my films to have directed Children of Paradise."