Two of France’s hottest young stars, Léa Seydoux (Blue Is the Warmest Colour) and Tahar Rahim (A Prophet), play workers at a nuclear power station who fall in love in Rebecca Zlotowski’s powerful drama. Offers a rare and fascinating look inside the everyday workings of a nuclear power plant. "Engrossing, superbly acted."—Variety
This droll, remarkably controlled comedy chronicling one day in the life of a multigenerational family prepping a celebratory dinner in their cramped Berlin apartment buzzes with life. A sunny delight, it has catapulted young director Ramon Zürcher to the forefront of German cinema. Winner, New Talent Grand Prize, Copenhagen 2013.
Sharing personal reminiscences and interviews with others, director Alan Zweig constructs an affirming journey that encompasses personal quests, amazing anecdotes and poignant reflections. Whether it’s a young girl who takes a brave stand against religious conformity or a man who decides to walk the Earth, there’s something valuable to be gleaned from each of these encounters.