At the age of 33, Arman decides it’s time to change his life. To begin, one Saturday he goes jogging in a park.
As he turns a corner, he bumps into Amélie. The first meeting is a shock ; the second will be like a stab in the heart.
Benjamin is Arman’s best friend. One evening he collapses and falls over into a hedgegrow. Doctors diagnose a stroke.
Between two autumns and three winters, the lives of Amélie, Arman and Benjamin intermingle and are filled with meetings, accidents, love stories and memories.
France – 2013 – 93 min – HD / 16mm – Color – 1.1.37 – Dolby 5.1- French
Vincent Macaigne (“Un Monde sans Femmes”, “La Fille du 14 Juillet”, “La Bataille de Solférino”), Maud Wyler, Bastien Bouillon
2 Automnes 3 Hivers
Festivals and Awards
- Acid 2013 – Cannes – World Premiere
- Sarajevo FF – Bosnia-Herzegovina – Kinoscope selection
- Filmfest Hambourg – Competition
- Namur IFF – Belgium – Competition
- 2Morrow IFF – Russia – Competition
- Melbourne FF – World cinema
- London BFI – World Cinema
- Institut Français du Portugal – Official Selection
- Sao Paulo IFF – Brazil – International Perspective
- Tubingen French FF – Germany – Competition
- Bucarest French FF – Romania – Competition
- Torino IFF – Italy – Competition - Special Jury Award
- Dublin French FF – Competition
- Göteborg IFF – Sweden – World Cinema
- French FF – Athens
- FebioFest – Czech Republic (Prague) – Competition
- Villa Medicis – Italy – Official presentation
- French Embassy in China – Selection
- French Institute in Skopje – Macedonia
- French FF Tokyo
- BIFF – Brasilia FF – Panorama Mundi
Feature length: Les Nuits avec Théodore (2012) Nuage (2007)
Medium length: Je suis une ville endormie (2012) Yoshido (les autres vies) (2010) La Vie lointaine (2008) Les Mains d’Andréa (2006)
« The film I most urge you to watch, though—and certainly the most artistically inventive in this programme ». Jonathan Romney – Film Comment – March 2014
” This is a film with wit, style and even a couple of moments of real emotional power that deserves to be seen ” – RogerEbert.com written by Peter Sobczynski- June 2014