The feature directorial debut of actress Sylvie Testud (Lourdes) sees Juliette Binoche as Marie, a young woman who meets and spends the night with Paul (Mathieu Kassovitz). When she wakes up, she discovers that 15 years have passed of which she has no memory, and in which time she has acquired an impressive career, a son and a marriage to Paul which seems headed for divorce. While there is much humour in Binoche adapting to the minutiae of modern life, the film is essentially a cautionary tale of how easily one can become distracted from one’s most important relationships. TIFF
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The 2014 FlickFest production dates are October 17th to 19th. Kick off orientation meeting is Friday, October 17th, 2014 at 5:30 pm in room 111 at MediaPlex, 275 Victoria Avenue.For information about 2014 FlickFest productions, check How to Get Started and 48-hour FlickFest Package. FlickFest is a fun, spirited event that epitomizes the grit, passion and determination of making films. Finalists are celebrated at WIFF closing night ceremonies where the Mark Boscariol Best of FlickFest Award is presented.
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