Come As You Are

Montreal World
Film Festival 2011
Valladolid Film
Festival 2011
Palms Springs International
Film Festival 2012

Come As You Are

A Film by Geoffrey Enthoven

2011 - France/Belgium/Spain - Comedy/Drama - 2.35 DCP - 115 min.

with Robrecht Vanden Thoren , Gilles De Schryver , Tom Audenaert & Isabelle De Hertogh

Languages: French , Spanish , Flemish
Produced by Mariano Vanhoof

Three guys in their early twenties love wine and women but they are still virgins. Under the guise of a wine tour they embark on a journey to Spain hoping to have their first sexual experience. Nothing will stop them. Not even their handicaps: one is blind, the other is confined to a wheelchair and the third one is completely paralyzed.

In Collection:
Montreal World
Film Festival 2011
Valladolid Film
Festival 2011
Palms Springs International
Film Festival 2012

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