Pardon My French
Pardon My French

Pardon My French

A film by Sophie Fillières

Célimène is 35 years old.
She prefers being called Nathalie. Whatever.
She’s a writer with no inspiration. Nothing new.
Her 8 year-old son, Adam, keeps her grounded and balanced. More or less.
Her apartment is being renovated, so she’s staying at her mother’s place. Not easy.
Anaïs is 17 years old.
She’s young, she’s new, she’s fresh. In every sense of the word.
She follows Célimène around, steals her mail, spies on her. Disturbing.
Anaïs wants Célimène to write a book about her. Oh, please!
They have nothing in common, but nothing really in conflict either. Anaïs’ plans
are foiled by Célimène’s refusal. Anaïs is stubborn but Célimène is determined
not to indulge her. Anyway, she has enough on her mind: she’s breaking up with
her lover.
And yet…

With Chiara Mastroianni, Agathe Bonitzer, Malik Zidi,

Jeu de cache-cache drôle et absurde entre une ado et une écrivaine”

— Le monde

Forum, Berlin Film Festival
2009
SEE ALL PRIZES »
Close

tous les prix obtenus par Pardon My French »

YEAR
PRIZE
FESTIVAL
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
  • Pardon My French
Left
Right

INFORMATIONS »

— director
Sophie Fillières
— cast
Chiara Mastroianni, Agathe Bonitzer, Malik Zidi,
— producers
Martine Marignac, Maurice Tinchant (Pierre Grise Productions)
— duration
1h46
— release date france
March 25, 2009
— nationality
France
— screenplay
Sophie Fillières
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— format
1.66
— sound format
Dolby SRD
— cinematographer
Emmanuelle Collinot
— sound
Frédéric Ullman, Mikaël Barre, Jean-Pierre Laforce
— editing
Valérie Loiseleux
— costume designer
Carole Gérard
More Less

SEARCH IN THE CATALOGUE