Director: Andrew Steggall

109 mins, UK, 2015, Digital

This film was released 20th May 2016, and is no longer screening.

Beatrice (Juliet Stevenson) and her 15-year-old son Elliot (Alex Lawther) have come to their secluded retreat in the south of France not for a vacation but to clear it out for imminent sale – the house has for Beatrice become a symbol of her recently failed marriage. A typically self-absorbed teenager, Elliot prefers to wander in the surrounding idyllic woods than assist his mother, and it is there that he spies handsome bilingual Clement (Phénix Brossard) skinny-dipping in the local reservoir and is immediately besotted. Nuanced performances and
a delicately achieved tone make Andrew Steggall’s debut feature an endearing portrait of unrequited young love. (Notes by David O’Mahony.)

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There will be Open Captioned (OC) screenings on May 23rd (15.45)
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