Pascale Breton second feature film on cinema screens

Suite Armoricaine, Pascale Breton second feature film will be in Breton cinemas on 2 March 2016 and in all French cinemas on 9 March 2016. The film is supported in its distribution by the Breizh Film Fund, the endowment fund created by Le Groupe Ouest and devoted to the support of independent cinema written, produced, filmed or distributed in Brittany.

Suite Armoricaine was rewarded with the Fipresci Price at Locarno Festival (2015), and was selected at Seville European Film Festival (2015) and at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (2016).

French director Pascale Breton revisits her own personal life in “Suite Armoricaine”. The familiarity with the geographical landscape allows her to understand the characters as well as their surroundings — both memories she describes as “a painting in a museum.”
Mannie Holmes – Variety

Synopsis:
When Françoise returns to her birthplace Bretagne to teach at the university, it evokes memories of her lively time as a student. For less nostalgic reasons, the student Ion moves to the campus: he is saying farewell to a troubled childhood. But teacher and student turn out to have more in common than expected.
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