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France | 2012 | Olivier Assayas
This highly acclaimed, semi-autobiographical new French film from the director of Carlos and Summer Hours is set during the turbulent years following the country’s May 1968 student uprising. A high school senior who is drawn to radical politics tries to find his place in the world, both as a leftist and an artist. Two young women—a free-spirited hippie chick and a more grounded documentary filmmaker—help set him on the right path. A New York Film Festival selection. “A beautifully crafted work and an acute evocation of its period both in look and attitude.” –The Hollywood Reporter.
122 min. 35mm. Subtitles. Cleveland premiere.
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