On the Butte Montmartre, on Christmas Eve, three solitary men (a foreign writer, a Black electrician and an old pharmacist) start following a human billboard whose advertisement is topped by an electric star. Their steps lead them to the Hôtel de l'Espérance, where a young illegal immigrant is about to give birth to a baby. At midnight, a little boy is born. Like the Three Wise men, each of the followers of the star offers the newborn a gift. The magic of Christmas has operated once again.
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Il est né le divin enfant
Traditional Christmas Carol
Originally published by R. Grosjean
(1862) See more