"A loose, funny, touching odyssey" through the French countryside, starring the great Catherine Deneuve.
"She conveys in every scene a convincing and touching openness to life as experienced in the moment."--Star Tribune.
7:00PM MOVIE at The Cleveland Museum of Art
Morley Lecture Hall
Meet us in the lobby ahead of time, look for us in the theater, or catch up with us right outside the theater- after the film.
9:00PM DINNER/DISCUSSION at the Falafel Cafe
We will just walk to the restaurant.
11365 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH falafelcafecleveland.com
Directed by Emmanuelle Bercot. With Catherine Deneuve. When her lover leaves her, a sixtysomething widow impulsively walks away from her floundering restaurant and hits the road—aimlessly driving through the French countryside in search of a cigarette and a break in her routine. She is soon joined by her 12-year-old grandson. A loose, funny, touching odyssey. “[A] loving character study of a star who has always stood above the fray, a symbol of resilient Gallic femininity.” –N.Y. Times. Cleveland premiere.
France, 2013, subtitles, color, 113 min.
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