This film was last shown on 22 March 2018
As Paul Dédalus prepares to leave Tajikistan and return home
to Paris, he remembers. He remembers his childhood in Roubaix; his mother's volatile
outbursts and his father's alienating depression. He remembers his brother, his
sister, his childhood friends and sweethearts. He remembers his trip to the
USSR, where a clandestine mission during a high school trip to Minsk led him to
offer up his own identity for a young Russian. And he remembers Esther: the
beautiful, hot-blooded, dizzying first love of his life.
Released as a companion to the critically acclaimed My Sex Life… Arnaud Desplechin returns
with a gorgeous piece of cinema about the magic of memory and warmth of love.
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