Mi iubita, mon amour

Cannes 2021
Special Screening
San Sebastian IFF
Official Selection
Denver IFF
Official Competition

Mi iubita, mon amour

A Film by Noemie Merlant

2021 - France - Drama - 1.85 - 95 min.

with Noemie Merlant , Gimi Covaci & Clara Lama-Schmit

Languages: French , English
Produced by Pierre Guyard

Jeanne is traveling to Romania to celebrate her bachelorette party with her friends when she meets Nino and his family. They are worlds away from one another, yet for the two of them it is the beginning of a passionate and timeless summer.

Cannes 2021
Special Screening
San Sebastian IFF
Official Selection
Denver IFF
Official Competition
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