The Last Metro was made in 1980 by the former French new wave director, François Truffaut; the film stars Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu in its main roles as Marion Steiner and Barnard Granger. The film itself tells the story of a small theatre production group during the occupation of Paris in the Second World War. Marion takes control of the theatre after her Jewish husband Lucas Steiner is forced to hide from the Nazi’s in the building’s cellar. When Marion begins to formulate a new stage play, actor Barnard is cast in its leading role; this then leads to the creation of a passionate love triangle that sees Marion romantically torn between Barnard and her husband. The sequence shown takes place during the final few moments of the film, at which point, the Nazis have left Paris and the play has been a success. During the sequence, we see multiple plot points begin to close, but we also receive something of a resolution for the film’s central love triangle conflict.