Camille Redouble

de Noémie Lvovsky

Synopsis

When she is sixteen, Camille meets Éric. They fall in love and have a daughter, but time passes and after twenty-five years together, he leaves her for a younger woman. The night of New Year’s Eve, something tremendously unusual happens to Camille: she is sixteen again, she is back with her parents and childhood friends again, and she runs into Éric again. And then she is faced with a dilemma: will she follow her same steps or will she change her own story? One of the best known (and most adored) faces in French cinema embarks on directing and starring in a movie about time travel, as zany as it is funny.

Director

Noémie Lvovsky

Studied at La Fémis. She has worked with directors like Arnaud Desplechin, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi or Philippe Garrel, as a screenwriter or as an actress. In 1994 she debuted in directing with Oublie-moi, in 1999 she picked up the Jean Vigo Award for La Vie and in 2003 she directed Les Sentiments.

Technical information

Edition: 2012
Section: Noves Visions - Ficció
Original language: French

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