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  • Trailer 1 w/ English subtitles

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Jacques is an older writer from Paris. Arthur is a young student in Rennes. They instantly fall in love. But they'll have to face rejection and sickness to keep it that way.

Cast

  • Vincent Lacoste
  • Pierre Deladonchamps
  • Denis Podalydès
  • Adèle Wismes
  • Thomas Gonzalez
  • Clément Métayer
  • Quentin Thébault
  • Tristan Farge
  • Sophie Letourneur
  • Marlene Saldana

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Trivia

  • The filming begins in mid-June 2017 in Brittany, precisely during two days in Binic and twenty days in the city center of Rennes. The Filming also continues in Paris and Amsterdam.
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Started out very well then got very slow...meh...

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Metacritic

90
May 19, 2018

While it has visual energy to spare, the movie is more relaxed and less flamboyantly playful than most of Honore’s other films, unfolding with naturalistic grace — precise but unfussy framing, fluid camera movements — and fewer New Wave-y winks and nods.

Metacritic review by Jon Frosch
Jon Frosch
The Hollywood Reporter
70
May 19, 2018

Whether it’s a self-portrait, a series of sketches, an artist who is continuously working over a painful loss, Honore’s film betrays mixed emotions that may never be resolved as he carries the losses of that time with him forever.

Metacritic review by Fionnuala Halligan
Fionnuala Halligan
Screen International
85
May 19, 2018

Honoré’s deliberately paced, willfully unsentimental character study is like the yin to the yang of last year’s Cannes Grand Prize winner, “BPM.” Whereas Robin Campillo’s ACT-UP drama argued that the personal was political, and did so with lightning-bolt urgency, Honoré’s film is a more subdued rumination on community and connection.

Metacritic review by Ben Croll
Ben Croll
TheWrap