Inspired by the death of her father, Mia Hansen-Løve’s
deeply personal film is a touching reflection on love and loss and features
a luminous Léa Seydoux as interpreter Sandra. A single
mother, Sandra is faced with the twin responsibilities of a growing
daughter and an ailing father in Georg (Pascal Greggory) a former philosophy professor. The one thing she
didn’t anticipate is a growing fondness for old friend Clément ( Melvil Poupaud). A beautifully acted story exploring the
messy, complicated business of life, filled with moments of insight, great
charm and haunting tenderness.