|266||2016. 04. 30||21:00||Jeonju Cinema Town 3||HEK19|
|643||2016. 05. 04||21:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 4||HEK19|
|807||2016. 05. 06||10:30||Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema||HEK19|
An assistant on a film, Ana gets scolded when she arrived with the lead actress late. Tired with stress, Ana quits her job and goes to her grandmother’s in Strasbourg. While taking care of her ill grandmother, Ana happens to sleep with her friend Simon. While remodeling the bathroom, she gets tangled with a worker Gregory, and meets her exboyfriend Boris. Still she finds nowhere to settle down. The film seems nothing to do with the title, a famous German spa town. The name Ana also appears in the director’s two short films. This film illustrates a portrait of a free-spirited woman without any political attempt. By combining comedy and drama, it depicts a woman’s life free from conventional sexuality, gender, and norms. (JANG Byungwon)
|Producer||Jeremy FORNI, Joseph ROUSHOP|
|Sound||Aline HUBERT, David VRANKEN|
|Cast||Salome RICHARD, Claude GENSAC, Swann ARLAUD, Zabou BREITMAN|
Born in Strasbourg, France. Her graduation short film For You I Will Fight(2010) was awarded the silver Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival. White Turnips Make It Hard to Sleep(2011) is the second part of a trilogy of which her graduation film was the start. Baden Baden marks the end of the trilogy.
After a failed attempt at working on a foreign film set, 26 year-old Ana returns to her hometown of Strasbourg. Over this particular scorching summer Ana tries to get her life together.