In Person: cinematographer Agnès Godard
"This impassioned first feature by Erick Zonca reveals a soulful, moving vision of our shared responsibility for one another's lives . . . as raw and immediate as it is heartfelt."—The New York Times
Two young women, the elfin, streetwise Isa (Bouchez) and the more cynical, embittered Marie (Natacha Régnier), drift along the edges of French society; for them, every day is a struggle, whether with work, or with (or against) men. One may be a dreamer and the other a realist, but as their friendship grows, and other relationships emerge, such distinctions soon fade away. Winner of Césars for Best Picture and Actress, Dreamlife was called “one of the best French movies since Jules met Jim” by Anthony Lane of the New Yorker, and earned worldwide acclaim for Godard’s handheld, naturalistic cinematography.(From the PFA site)
After the movie we'll go to one of the cafe's or restaurants nearby for refreshments and conversation.