Angéle is a thirtysomething planner, living in the outskirts of Paris, outraged by the many injustices around her. Deeply involved in politics and passionate about the need for social revolution, she’s been losing sight of and isolating herself from loved ones. That is, until one day she agrees to meet her estranged mother. Judith Davis’ film is a revealing story of a generation born “too late” at a time of global political turmoil.
With the support of the French Embassy in Ireland
Witty and sophisticated, Judith Davis' debut feature is a very sweet yet pointed snapshot about thirtysomethings.Gráinne Humphreys, Festival Director
Filmmakers in Attendance
Schedule & Tickets
|22 Feb 20:15||Fri 22nd Feb 2019||8:15pm||Light House Cinema|