|105||2016. 04. 29||10:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4||HEK15|
|211||2016. 04. 30||10:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4||HEK15|
|309||2016. 05. 01||10:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 4||HEK15|
Natalie, a philosophy teacher at a high school in Paris, leads a busy life planning a new philosophy book with her publisher. One day, her husband suddenly leaves her, stating he has a girlfriend. Natalie is faced with a crisis. As in her previous film, Eden, Mia Hansen-Love is outstanding at capturing delicate moments in life. Through Natalie, she captures the changes, emotions and loneliness in life. The scenes where Natalie stays in her student’s rural community contain anticipation and trepidation but also harbor regret toward reality’s situations. The death of her mother has the biggest impact on Natalie. When she reads a phrase from Pensees as her eulogy, it reveals her way of dealing with life as a philosophy teacher. All we can do is respond to things in our own way. Winner of the Award for Best Director at Berlinale this year. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Art Director||Anna FALGUERES|
|Cast||Isabelle HUPPERT, Andre MARCON, Roman KOLINKA, Edith SCOB|
Born in 1981. Started her career as an actress with Late August, Early September(1998), and Sentimentales(2000) directed by Olivier Assayas. She wrote Cahiers du Cinema while her directing a number of short films. She also directed All Is Forgiven(2007) and The Father of My Children(2009).
Nathalie lives perfectly balanced life, teaching philosophy at a high school in Paris, until her husband announces he is leaving her for another woman.