Paris, summer 1942. Irene is a nineteen-year-old aspiring actress without a care in the world. Her family watches her discover friends, new love, and a passion for the theater, all the while without her realizing that time is running out. Legendary French actress Sandrine Kiberlain makes her directorial debut with this allegorical coming-of-age drama set in Nazi-occupied France, which is in turns enchanting and devastating, anchored by a star-making lead performance by Marder 'which more than delivers on the luminous promise of the English title' (Screen Daily).
Not rated by the MPAA.
a film by Sandrine Kiberlain.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2021.
Aspect ratio 2.35:1 widescreen.
Special features: French Institute Alliance Française Q & A with director Sandrine Kiberlain and actress Rebecca Marder moderated by Columbia University film professor Annette Insdorf ; Bonus short film Fine, directed by Maya Yadlin (9 min.), Hebrew with English subtitles.
Rebecca Marder, André Marcon, Anthony Bajon, Francoise Widhoff, India Hair, Florence Viala.
DVD; NTSC, all regions; wide screen, 2.35:1; 2.0 stereo.
French with optional English subtitles.